Etiqueta 'Brexit'


Wait and see on Brexit

I think the Brexit optimism is just wishful thinking at the moment.

Jason Moore30/11/2016 00:00


Government dismissing a "Brexit effect" on growth in 2017

The regional government expects growth to be 3.7% next year. Other forecasts, citing Brexit, are not so optimistic.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/11/2016 00:00


Paying to be in Europe

The British public deserve better than the half truths and lies they were told by both sides during the European referendum campaign.

Jason Moore26/11/2016 00:00


The cost of Brexit

Do you get the impression that the British government is desperately hoping that the British people are going to have a re-think over Brexit?

Jason Moore24/11/2016 00:00


Brexit may drive Balearic property prices down

It is being taken as something of a given that a weaker pound and uncertainty will cause a slowdown in the property market

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter22/11/2016 00:00


British holiday bookings soar despite Brexit

Balearic minister for tourism, Biel Barcelo, told the Bulletin that the British market was performing far better than they had originally thought.

Jason Moore07/11/2016 00:00


Minimal effects of Brexit on Spain and holidays

The fall in the pound is something the travel industry has dealt with before.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter17/10/2016 00:00


Cautious optimism for UK foreign travel in 2017

Tui is reporting a 7% increase in foreign holiday bookings by UK tourists for next summer.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter13/10/2016 00:00


No Brexit threat to health care for the moment

Jeremy Hunt confirmed that with regard to health care for British residents living abroad, nothing is going to change until Brexit negotiations are concluded.

Humphrey Carter01/10/2016 00:00


Limiting tourists, limiting Brexit fears: the week in Majorca

Just when you thought it was safe to forget about it and relax blissfully in a summer sea, Brexit reopened its jaws. Meanwhile, there were great deals of both tourism sustainability and illegal street sellers.

Andrew Ede14/08/2016 00:00


"The future is now in the hands of the UK, not Europe..."

Humphrey Carter talks to Balearic MEP Rosa Estaràs of the Partido Popular about Brexit and the future of Spanish politics.

Humphrey Carter13/08/2016 00:00


Manley: Britons in Spain need not be nervous about Brexit

"We would have been better off together, but we must respect the public’s decision."

Humphrey Carter11/08/2016 00:00


British Ambassador sees UK-Spain relations getting stronger

"One has to remember that it is not just about Britons living in Spain, it is also about the large and growing Spanish community in the UK."

Humphrey Carter10/08/2016 00:00


UK tourist spending in Spain forecast to fall by 12%

The UK being outside the common European aviation area will have an impact on airlines such as Ryanair and easyJet.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter22/07/2016 00:00


Mediterranean tourism to be affected by Brexit

Moody's may see a complicated future for tourism in Spain and the Balearics, but the BBVA bank, reporting on Balearic growth, is one source which does not.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter18/07/2016 00:00


The pound, the tax, the toilets: the week in Majorca

Resorts were apparently taking a pounding because of the pound, the tourist tax was being hailed as a success, Britons were wanting to be Spaniards as well, and the lavatories of Palma entered the cruise-ship arguments.

Andrew Ede17/07/2016 00:00


Palmanova prices rise the most since the vote to leave Europe

In Palmanova the cost to UK holidaymakers of items such as a three-course meal has gone up by 51% since 2015.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter16/07/2016 00:00


Balearics to beef up tourism promotion because of Brexit

Tourism minister Biel Barceló said that efforts at November's World Travel Market in London will be beefed up.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/07/2016 00:00


"We want the same rights as Spaniards living in the UK"

"Spaniards resident in the UK already enjoy the right to joint nationality (unlike their counterparts in Spain), and Germany is considering making a similar offer to Britons who live there."

Humphrey Carter13/07/2016 00:00