This episode of the podcast focuses on the lives of these younger Britons living southern Spain as Michaela welcomes Mike Danby, into the studio to the latest Brexit Brits Abroad report ‘Talking Brexit with 18-35 year-old UK citizens living in Southern Spain’.
This section of the website gathers together findings relating to our research with Britons living Spain, including podcasts and blogs by our research team.
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Our latest report – ‘Talking Brexit with 18-35 year old UK citizens in southern Spain’ – aims to highlight the diversity of British citizens living in Spain in terms of age. It considers what Brexit means for younger UK citizens navigating the European labour market.
Read the second report from Karen O’Reilly’s research talking Brexit with the British in Spain. It reflects on questions of national identity, and what we know about the withdrawal agreement and what is will mean for UK citizens in Spain.
Read the first report from Karen O’Reilly about her research talking Brexit with the British in Spain.
In this post, Karen talks about her reflections on questions of whether UK citizens who have made their homes and lives in Spain feel reassured and the disconcerting caveat ‘nothing is agreed until everything is agreed’.
In this post, Karen responds to some of the areas of concern raised by the UK citizens in Spain she has been speaking to reflecting on the question of what the draft withdrawal agreement means for them.
In this post Karen O’Reilly reflects on her conversations with UK citizens living in Spain, to highlight common ground between leave and remain voters, particularly their concerns for the future of the United Kingdom.
In this episode, Michaela talks with Karen about her paper from the early 2000s that identified the contradictory ways in which Britons in Spain related to their new place of residence and the Spanish population. Episode 17 considers the ambivalence of the British and Britain towards Europe both historically, and today.
In the first of our long read blogs, Karen reflects...