BREXIT SERIES: (1) What Now?

BREXIT SERIES: (1) What Now? »

5 Feb, 2020
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The EU has lost the UK. Or, put differently, the UK has lost the EU. Put it any way you like. It hardly matters now, does it? Actually, not everything is final. There’s a transition period that will last until the end of 2020 in which the UK and EU will negotiate additional arrangements. . .

BREXIT SERIES: (2) “A New Dawn for Europe,” Joint op-ed by President von der Leyen, President Michel and President Sassoli

BREXIT SERIES: (2) “A New Dawn for Europe,” Joint op-ed by President von der Leyen, President Michel and President Sassoli »

5 Feb, 2020
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As the night draws in this evening, the sun will set on more than 45 years of the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union. For us, as Presidents of the three main EU institutions, today will inevitably be a day of reflection and mixed emotions – as it will for so many people. Our thoughts are with all of those who have helped to make the European Union what it is today. Those who are concerned about their future or disappointed to see the UK leave. We will think of the UK and its people, their creativity, ingenuity, culture, and traditions, that have been a vital part of our Union’s tapestry.

BREXIT SERIES: (3) THE DAY OF BROKEN DREAMS

BREXIT SERIES: (3) THE DAY OF BROKEN DREAMS »

5 Feb, 2020
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The European integration, as we know it today – i.e., the EU – is responsible for the unprecedented economic prosperity in Europe. Moreover, during all this time no European major power has gone and waged a war, giving rise to the longest reign of peace in over 2000 years of European history. Perversely, as if to reward the Brits for Brexit, US President Donald Trump has dangled a “massive” trade deal in front of them.

THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT’S CONTINGENCY PLANS ARE A PRIORITY AS BREXIT APPROACHES

THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT’S CONTINGENCY PLANS ARE A PRIORITY AS BREXIT APPROACHES »

15 Sep, 2019
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The Acting Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, held several working meetings in London to evaluate and strengthen the contingency plans of the Government of Spain in the event of a no-deal withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. “Strengthening contingency plans before Brexit is a government priority,” she says.

EU FACTSHEET–Q&A: RIGHTS OF EU CITIZENS IN THE UK AFTER A “NO DEAL” BREXIT

EU FACTSHEET–Q&A: RIGHTS OF EU CITIZENS IN THE UK AFTER A “NO DEAL” BREXIT »

24 Jun, 2019
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In the case of ‘no deal’ after the withdrawal date of the UK, the rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom will be governed by UK law, which will need to be interpreted taking into account the UK’s obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights.

EU FACTSHEET–Q&A: UK Nationals’ Residence Rights in Spain After a “NO DEAL” Brexit

EU FACTSHEET–Q&A: UK Nationals’ Residence Rights in Spain After a “NO DEAL” Brexit »

24 Jun, 2019
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EU Member States have prepared or adopted national contingency measures to ensure that UK nationals and their non-EU family members could remain legally resident in the immediate period after a no-deal withdrawal. This report focuses on Spanish measures.

WHAT BRITS SHOULD DO ABOUT SPANISH RESIDENCY WHEN THE UK LEAVES THE EU

WHAT BRITS SHOULD DO ABOUT SPANISH RESIDENCY WHEN THE UK LEAVES THE EU »

7 Apr, 2019
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You're Brit and residing in Spain or planning to? What to do if and when the UK leaves the EU.

A CLIFF-EDGE BREXIT LOOMS. Mark the Date: 30 MARCH 2019

A CLIFF-EDGE BREXIT LOOMS. Mark the Date: 30 MARCH 2019 »

11 Mar, 2019
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UPDATE AS OF 11 APRIL 2019: THE EU & THE UK HAVE AGREED TO DELAY BREXIT TILL 31 October.

WHAT’S SO STEREOTYPICAL ABOUT SPAIN, HUH?

WHAT’S SO STEREOTYPICAL ABOUT SPAIN, HUH? »

29 Jul, 2017
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Contrary to most of the stereotypes linked with Spain, most countries see the Spaniards as tolerant, reliable, democratic, pacifist, honest, strong, humanitarian and hard-working!

BREXIT AND SPAIN, for Sentimental Reasons

BREXIT AND SPAIN, for Sentimental Reasons »

28 Jun, 2016
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“When Spain woke up on Friday morning and found that the UK was leaving the EU, they were so shocked you’d think it was a personal blow”