The latest census results which show that 4,000 Britons left the region between 2012 and 2013 has become a major talking point, but the Britons are not alone.

Palma.—Leading British business people consulted by the Bulletin yesterday were forced to admit that the figures are right and that not only are Britons leaving, most of them going back to the UK, so too are the Germans, Dutch, French and even the Swiss.
But, the British exodus back to the UK also concurs with a study carried out at the end of last year by   Crystal Investment and Real Estate.
The reports conclude that British expats are shunning traditional retirement hotspots and switching their attention to new destinations.


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