It’s a done deal, the British has left the EU. For thousands of English expats in the Balearics and Mallorca everything is changing:
In the Balearic Islands and Mallorca there are around 65,000 British people, either fully British or at least partially. Around 18,000 of them are reported in Majorca. And even more have a company in Mallorca or a property. It is this group of Britons which is now particularly affected by the Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union and wonders how it goes now.
The Europe for anyone a safe bet, shows the coming Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union, which conveys a whole country from the EU and for many foreign English now posing a number of questions: What is the tax status? What if the pound loses value? What happens to the pension that could previously obtain throughout the EU? Do Brits now need a work permit here?
We will find out in the next few weeks …