Etiqueta 'Brexit'


Majorca television reports British ambassador speech

The television broadcaster IB3 was mainly concerned with any impact of Brexit on tourism.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/04/2017 00:00


Ambassador says citizens are top priority in Brexit negotiations

"Liberty, democracy, human rights," these are interests of the UK and of Europe. "And these values are as important as ever."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/04/2017 00:00


Tourism should be Brexit negotiations' priority for Spain

The president of the hoteliers doesn't want "political declarations" muddying the excellent and longstanding relations with the British people.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter05/04/2017 00:00


No deal: Gibraltar

"Did anyone really think that Britain would get the ultimate deal from EU"

Jason Moore04/04/2017 00:00



Expatriate status is top priority for London

"One of the twelve key objectives as we exit the EU is to secure the status of UK nationals in the EU and the status of EU citizens in the UK."

Humphrey Carter21/03/2017 00:00


Brexit will have little impact on the Balearics in 2017

Brexit is a slow process and even when it becomes effective, there will still be tourism.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter14/03/2017 00:00


Spain starts to worry about Brexit

Spain is hoping that Brussels will take into account its important relationships with the United Kingdom when it comes to Brexit negotiations.

Humphrey Carter10/03/2017 00:00


Britons may have to pay for European travel after Brexit

"It is important that as we negotiate with our EU friends, that we can get the best possible deal."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter26/02/2017 00:00


"British residents still way down the agenda"

"The simple aim of the body is to protect the rights of Britons who live in Spain and also to try and block Brexit."

Humphrey Carter26/01/2017 00:00


UK investors choose the Balearics to avoid Brexit effect

Figures from the office of the national secretary of state for commerce show that British investment was 229 million euros to the end of September.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter22/12/2016 00:00


Brexit: what next?

"At the moment there is plenty of uncertainty, we do not know how the vote will affect the British tourist industry, Balearic exports, the purchase of homes in the islands by British citizens ... ."

Jason Moore20/12/2016 00:00


Brexit mess

“My biggest concern is the decade of lost economic growth...”

Jason Moore16/12/2016 00:00



Bank of Spain sees elections, Brexit as main growth risks in Europe

Upcoming elections in Europe and Briton’s plans to leave the European Union pose the greatest potential risks to economic growth projections in Spain, the Bank of Spain said yesterday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/12/2016 00:00


Citizens of Europe

I do not want to surrender my rights as a European Union citizen when Britain finally leaves.

Jason Moore10/12/2016 00:00


Britons wanting to remain EU citizens after Brexit could opt in

The "associate citizenship" status would give those who adopt it the right to freedom of movement and residence throughout the EU.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter10/12/2016 00:00


British citizens post-Brexit

It would be nice to know the situation of British citizens post-Brexit.

Jason Moore08/12/2016 00:00


Brexit and Majorca's tourism

Brexit is bad news for the Balearics; of course tourism will be hit.

Jason Moore07/12/2016 00:00


Tourists spent over 10% more up to October

Where the UK is concerned, the results confirm other reports that the referendum aftermath has had little impact on tourism.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter05/12/2016 00:00


Pro-European Liberals

16 million people voted to stay in the EU and their voice should also be heard.

Jason Moore02/12/2016 00:00