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Brit homeowners back property bill amendment

AN ALMERIA-BASED organisation representing expatriate homeowners living in houses lacking legal status has said it supports an initiative in the Andalucian Parliament to solve...

The popularity of properties in Denia

BUYING a second property is something more and more Brits are doing every single year. And when you consider the benefits of a second...

Votes for life must only be the beginning

WHEN proposing better voting rights for expats abroad one of the most common questions is ‘why?’ The argument follows that if someone has left the...

Why it’s time for overseas MPs

BRITS overseas are a curious bunch. For the folks back home it looks as if we’ve sailed away for sun, fortune and a better...

Gym injuries on the up

ALMOST half of Brits have injured themselves in a desperate bid to shed the pounds for summer, according to a new report. New research has...

Dozens of Brits arrested in £15m Spanish timeshare scam

SPANISH POLICE have announced that 36 people – the majority believed to be British – have been arrested in connection with a timeshare scam...

Despite social media most still prefer face-to-face time with friends

RESEARCH HAS found that Brits have an average of between 100 - 200 social media followers, yet only 3-5 who they would consider ‘close’...

No hiding place for savings

LARGE AMOUNTS of financial data about Britons living abroad is currently being handed to Revenue & Customs as part of a global transparency drive...

Off-plan homes justice for Brits at last

AFTER MANY years of legal issues, thousands of British homebuyers who were caught up in the Spanish property market crash are finally beginning to...

Are you a Modern British Traveller?

IF YOU have visited 21 countries or more, been on a wine tasting tour, choose your hotels based on the strength of the Wi-Fi...
Fake Food Incidents Could Hamper All/Inclusive Holidays for Brits

Fake Food Incidents Could Hamper All-Inclusive Holidays for Brits

BUSINESSES in Mallorca have called for holidaymakers from Blighty to be blocked from generous food and drink breaks. And the Association of British Travel Agents...
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