Bremain in Spain is campaigning to protect the rights of British migrants living in Spain & across Europe.
Our main aim has always been to protect the rights of British citizens in Spain, and across the EU, regardless of Brexit. We have always believed that the best way – the only way – to do that, was to stop Brexit.
Since the election on 12/12/19, and now Brexit is inevitable, we must look at other ways to protect as many of our existing rights as possible. The best way is to campaign for the softest possible Brexit, preferably including membership of the Single Market & the Customs Union.
We believe in a tolerant, outward-looking and caring society and are convinced this is best achieved by maintaining the closest possible links with the European Union. We support the rights of EU citizens who have made a life in the UK, or who may wish to do so in future.
Latest from Bremain in Spain
The Withdrawal Agreement is an international agreement between the UK and the EU that sets out how the UK’s membership of the UK will end. It runs to hundreds of pages on a number of topics, but the section on citizens’ rights will likely be of most interest to our...read more
Our chair, Sue Wilson, attended the event along with representatives of 149 other campaign groups. A sell-out audience of 500 were present to enjoy speeches and presentations by well-known activists and journalists. The day started with a bang with an...read more
With the changing political landscape, Bremain invited former contributors to our Bremainers Ask feature for their thoughts on the subject. We asked them to comment on where we are now, how they see things moving forward and what we pro-Europeans should be...read more
Campaigning to restore the lifelong right to vote for all UK citizens overseas Prior to 1985, British citizens living overseas did not have the right to vote. The Representation of the People Act 1985 enabled overseas citizens to vote in the constituency where they...read more
Increasing numbers of British citizens are considering applying for Spanish citizenship - thanks to Brexit. This has led to new demands for the Spanish government to reconsider its position on dual citizenship. There is no sign that the authorities have...read more
Molly Scott Cato is MEP for the South West of England and was previously Professor of Green Economics at Roehampton University. She speaks for the Green Party of England and Wales on finance issues. Molly also has expertise in the issues of renewable...read more