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The UK's exit from the European Union is said to be making it tougher for elderly people looking to retire in the Spanish sunshine.
SCOTTISH Tory MSPs refused to recognise the impact of Brexit on Scotland during a Holyrood debate yesterday – and defended the UK Government’s decision to leave the Erasmus scheme.
Dr Philippa Whitford, MP and eminent breast cancer surgeon, shares her concerns for the future of our NHS following Brexit. Recorded in front of a live audience at Arran High School Theatre on Friday 13th September 2019.
Pensioners are leaving the popular European hotspots of Spain and Cyprus following the Brexit deal.
Retirees suffer ‘real hardship’ and fear Brexit will impoverish them further, says Jeremy Morgan QC
Reciprocal scheme in which NHS reimburses cost of treatment will cease under a no-deal Brexit.
As the British pound continues its fall against the Euro many headlines have focused on holidaymakers getting less spending money - but for people in France and Spain with an income from the UK, the situation is a lot more serious.
A British pensioner battling an aggressive form of cancer has told of his fears for the future over health coverage for Britons in France.
Campaigners are concerned UK nationals may need insurance to remain in some countries
Around 40% of the returning expats would be pensioners, placing fresh strains on the NHS and already-stretched social care services.