This week we talk to Britons in Spain whose lives will be affected by the re-election of the Tories at the recent polls
Britons living in Spain realised the importance of the so-called Brexit election and many were upset they could not vote
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...
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...
Is there a strong enough Remain contingency abroad to swing the General Election?
From the hundreds of pages already available, I’ve been reading the manifestos to see if Brits abroad merit a mention.
Bremain started the month of November celebrating the fact that we’re still in the EU. We asked our members to take photographs at midnight on October 31st – we wanted to know how they had celebrated our continued membership of the EU, on what should have...
Following the recent Spanish election result, we can see light at the end of the political tunnel here.
Sue Wilson Writes: Why a proxy vote is the best option for those expats with right to vote in UK election
Sue Wilson of Bremain in Spain urges those that can to register to vote in the UK elections and explains why a proxy vote is the best option.
Sorry seems to be the hardest word.I suppose you could say I’m one of the first millennials being born in 1980 but my background and upbringing was far from progressive or new age, with strong old school working class roots and a service personnel family I...
Sue Wilson of Bremain in Spain explains why Saturday October 19th, 2019 will, for a long time, be remembered as a significant day in the struggle to stop Brexit.
Brexit isn’t just about those living in the United Kingdom. For more than a million Britons living in the EU, what happens on Oct. 31 could overturn their lives in terms of residency, travel, and social security.