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Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit reality

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Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit reality

Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit reality

Britons are advised to register for healthcare as residents in Spain and have until June 30, 2021 to change their driving licences to Spanish ones.


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