Paul in Spain reflects on the importance of considering the facts about Brexit rather than the speculation about what it mean fro the lives of Britons living in the EU27.
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David and his family are settled and happy in Brittany.
Lin writes about her struggles with ill-health, her wonderful, caring neighbours in France, and her resolve to fight Brexit.
Will writes about his long relationship with France, his application for citizenship, and his uncertainty about his parents’ future.
Jane married a Spanish naval officer. Now he’s retired, they live in rural Andalucía. She’d like to keep her British passport but with all the uncertainty she’s worried about her pension.
Marcus writes from France about how Brexit means people like him have to look after themselves. But as he sees it, Brits abroad are resourceful.
Jim works in the European Parliament. He writes about taking dual nationality to stave off the Brexit jitters, and allay his initial concerns about his career in light of Brexit.
Mark writes about taking up a postdoctoral opportunity in Germany and his worries about what Brexit will mean for international collaboration in academic research.
Elaine writes about living in France as a bilingual, dual national, being a local councillor and her thoughts about Brexit.
Louise, a Briton who has made Malta her home, writes about her decision to migrate, her new life in Malta, and waiting to hear the fate of the Britons living in the EU27 post-Brexit.