Spanish Government launches a website to warn about effects of Brexit

26.02.19

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The Spanish government launched an information website listing the various issues citizens and businesses will face after the UK leaves the EU.

The Spanish government launched an information website in January listing the various issues that citizens and businesses will face after the UK leaves the EU.

The page forms part of the Spanish Government website and its stated goals include providing information to citizens and entrepreneurs about the changes that the UK’s exit from the EU will have on their interests, as well as about the contingency measures being adopted internally and at European level.

The website includes information about residency, voting rights, healthcare, education, travel, financial services and more.

It also provides answers to a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

This website is available both in Spanish and English. Here is the link to the English version:
www.lamoncloa.gob.es/lang/en/brexit/Paginas/index.aspx

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