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.
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Welcome to Bremain in Spain's second Brexit/Election update on the week's news. We have given a "snippet" of each article and if you would like to read the whole story please click on the link.Tory general election manifesto: 6 bits of bad news buried in...read more
This month we are featuring James and Jack Dart from Inspire EU amongst other Remain projects. Jack is a Liberal Democrat councillor in Torbay. In 2018, Jack deferred the 2nd year of his law degree in order to fight Brexit full time. Since...read more
On Wednesday 27 November, the British Ambassador, Hugh Elliott, hosted an information event for British citizens in Valencia at the Casino de Agricultura. Also attending were the British Consul, Sarah-Jane Morris, and other Embassy staff. I had been...read more
On November 26 2019, ITV News Europe Editor, James Mates, came to Nerja and Malaga to interview Bremainers Frances Gillard, David Fenton, Tamara Essex, Judy Farrar, Michael Soffe and Bremain Vice Chair John Moffett. Not everyone made the edit for the News...read more
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From the hundreds of pages already available, I’ve been reading the manifestos to see if Brits abroad merit a mention.read more