Etiqueta 'Brexit'

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Our readers have written about a robbery, a city beach and the Brexit vote to leave.

07/07/2018 00:00

Comment

Brexit

“The Conservatives appear to be on track to self destruct over Europe...”

Jason Moore04/07/2018 00:00

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Our readers sent three letters in today about rental confusion, Brexit and cyclists on pavements.

03/07/2018 00:00

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Our readers have sent in letters about the sun loungers and umbrellas, the Brexit deal and Exotax expenditure.

30/06/2018 00:00

Brexit

Brexit not going to turn Britons away from European holidays

The survey suggests that, since the referendum, British bookings for Majorca have risen by 154 per cent.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter19/06/2018 00:00

Brexit

Majorcan businesses starting to feel the downside of Brexit

“Britons are starting to get worried, especially about just how much their pound is going to be worth next year, so they are sitting tight.”

Humphrey Carter17/02/2018 00:00

Brexit

Senior MP backs call for Brexit dual nationality

Britons living in Spain will not have their lives “disrupted” after Brexit - even if there is no UK-EU deal, the Spanish foreign minister Alfonso Dastis has said.

Humphrey Carter15/02/2018 00:00

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

“Please can you start a campaign to get Spain to enable those Brits who live and work here to obtain Spanish passports and thus remain European citizens....”

14/02/2018 00:00

Politics

"Tories are playing Monty Python politics over Brexit"

Harry Mount, a frequent contributor to the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph, is the youngest ever editor of The Oldie magazine.

Humphrey Carter03/02/2018 00:00

Brexit

Citizens' rights ensured as breakthrough finally made in Brexit negotiations

The deal "will guarantee the rights of more than three million EU citizens living in the UK and of a million UK citizens living in the EU".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter08/12/2017 00:00

Brexit

Spain's regions voice Brexit concerns

The Balearic delegation and its counterparts from the Canaries and Valencia raised the possible impact on tourism.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter06/12/2017 00:00

Brexit

Post-Brexit rights for expatriates are of paramount importance

Conservative MP Sir Roger Gale tells the Bulletin that he is deeply concerned about what Brexit is really going to mean for expatriates currently living in the EU.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter13/08/2017 00:00

Brexit

UK says EU offers restricted post-Brexit residency rights to Britons

"Their offer only guarantees residence rights in the member state in which a British national was resident at the point of our exit from the EU."

Reuters09/08/2017 00:00

Brexit

British ambassador on Brexit citizens' rights issues

"We have taken a big step forward. There is a much clearer understanding on the detail of the positions on both sides and significant convergence on the key issues that really matter to citizens."

Simon Manley25/07/2017 00:00

Palma Tourism

Tourism

Spain is the UK’s favourite destination despite Brexit uncertainty

Simon Manley, the British ambassador to Spain, acknowledged yesterday that Brexit has created uncertainty among expatriate residents.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter07/07/2017 00:00

Comment

What a mess!

The Brexit mess appears to get messier everyday and there are deep divisions in both Labour and the Conservatives which threaten to put the whole process in turmoil.

Jason Moore01/07/2017 00:00

Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Brexit is turning out to be a disaster and unless a lifeboat can be found and quickly to salvage what is left I fear that all the hopes of a stronger more independent UK trading with the EU and the rest of the world voted for last year will disappear into the fog of dissension.

28/06/2017 00:00

British Prime Minister Theresa May

Brexit

"Fair" or "vague"? EU sizes up May's Brexit rights offer

Theresa May said her offer to fellow EU leaders to guarantee the rights of their compatriots living in Britain after Brexit was "very fair and very serious" but her peers sounded sceptical, with Belgium's leader calling it "particularly vague".

23/06/2017 00:00

Tourism

Brexit could mean more red tape for tourists

Travel writer Simon Calder: "Britons may find themselves having to fill in a host of questions when booking a simple flight."

Humphrey Carter06/05/2017 00:00