May’s offer for expats

Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May speaks outside 10 Downing Street in central London on July 13, 2016 on the day she takes office following the formal resignation of David Cameron. Theresa May took office as Britain's second female prime minister on July 13 charged with guiding the UK out of the European Union after a deeply devisive referendum campaign ended with Britain voting to leave and David Cameron resigning. / AFP / OLI SCARFF (Photo credit should read OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Theresa May set out her post-Brexit offer for EU citizens in Parliament on Monday.

A Conservative government policy paper includes 58 points, with statements on healthcare and pensions for British expats living in Europe, which will form the basis of negotiations with the EU.

They state that during negotiations, the UK will ‘seek to protect the healthcare arrangements currently set out in EU Regulations and domestic UK law’ for long-term expats.

Full report and all the details in Friday’s Costa Blanca News.


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