user Ulla Jackson | 3 months ago

Richard PearsonEven the Welsh are part of the UK - or do you suggest otherwise?

user Ulla Jackson | 3 months ago

Richard PearsonYour comment is just childish, and rediculous - and offensive.

user Richard Pearson | 3 months ago

You forgot to mention The Guardian and The Independent. At least they can read, unlike, if you are to be believed, the Welsh.

Morgan Williams Morgan Williams | 3 months ago

Olaf BachmannThese people live in a bubble of Englishness, obtain their knowledge of Britain (and the rest of the world) from the sun, mail, and express, blissfully unaware that they're slowly being left behind, which of course is nonsense since we rule(d) the world πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ But it's entertaining to watch πŸ˜€

user Richard Pearson | 3 months ago

Olaf BachmannDon’t you mean Reich ?

Olaf Bachmann Olaf Bachmann | 3 months ago

Charles Dalrymple-ChumleyFind it out.

Olaf Bachmann Olaf Bachmann | 3 months ago

Charles Dalrymple-ChumleyHow do you manage to always overestimate your importance to other people? Are you still on this rotten "they need us more than we need them" Brexiter wreck? Here what is happening: increasing numbers of visitors from all over Europe. One record tumbling before the last. US visitors are only 2% of the guests but already represent 13% of the expenses. You're being phased out from Mallorca. Slowly being pushed by French and Italian , let alone US, more potent custom. There is your wet blanket, and now go play empire.

user Richard Pearson | 3 months ago

Saraβ€œSo do please keep visiting us as often as you like!” Does this apply to me as well ?

Charles Dalrymple-Chumley Charles Dalrymple-Chumley | 3 months ago

Olaf BachmannAnd what if the Citizen of the European Union is married to a British national? Does the British spouse take on the same rights?

Charles Dalrymple-Chumley Charles Dalrymple-Chumley | 3 months ago

kennedyWithout Brits many many Mallorcan families who work in tourism would be out of work with no prospects. The whole "Brits go home" message is only ever made by a small minority who aren't working in the tourism industry (although curiously they know family members and friends who are).