‘Keep Calm’ says Spanish PM


Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy has called a press conference to evaluate the Brexit and has called upon residents and companies to ‘keep calm’ despite what he considers as a ‘serious setback’.
The message, aimed specifically at expats living in Spain and Spanish nationals in the UK, is that ‘nothing will change in the next two years’ and residents and companies are free to move, work, invest and get their pensions as until now.


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  1. the vote leave campaign won by a small majority and that’s it, like it or loath it, that’s democracy and it must be honoured.
    they keep saying carry on as normal for a least two years, it’s the after two years is what bothers me a should bother other British people living in Spain. we need to know now so that we can make plans for our future especially when it come to heathcare. only a week ago president rajoy of Spain said he would not agree a reciprocal deal with the UK on heathcare if the UK leaves. for the simple reason over 100,00. Spanish live and work in the UK and over half a million British live in Spain. the majority of Spanish living in the UK are under 45 while the huge majority of British in Spain are pensioners , basically it does not add up financially.
    however he might be saying no deal perhaps to people wanting to emigrate to Spain in the future, we will have to see what happens but I for one want to know now…

  2. If you trust this man then you are a fool. Behind the scenes the tax office will be looking at every option to raise a tax against you for suddenly becoming non EU.


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