Spain opens Brexit help desk at London embassy

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Spanish embassy at Draycott Place, Chelsea.

Spain has opened a Brexit help desk at it's embassy in London. The special desk is designed to resolve doubts concerning the effects of the UK's divorce from the EU on Spaniards living in Britain and Northern Ireland, The Olive Press website reported.

A Foreign Ministry statement today said the desk will provide information on issues such as residence permits, health care, pensions, education and grants.

Some 132,000 Spaniards are registered as living in the UK and Northern Ireland, while more than two million visited in 2015.

There are currently 11,000 Spanish students studying in universities across the UK.

There are thought to be tens of thousands of more Spaniards living in the country unregistered.

Spain is the number one destination for UK citizens living outside Britain. Spain is home to just over 300,000 Britons, around a third of them aged over 65. The figure rises to around one million if Britons who live only part of the year in Spain are included.

News source: The Olive Press

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