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1. Will my investment be safe after brexit Is a popular question and this article answers that question.
Expats will be allowed to continue living in Spain even if Britain leaves the European Union without striking a withdrawal deal, the country's foreign minister has said.
Alfonso Dastis said his government would ensure that the lives of ordinary Britons in Spain are "not disrupted" in the event of a "no deal" Brexit.
Spain is host to the largest number of British citizens living in the EU (308,805) and just over a third (101,045) are aged 65 and over, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The minister told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show: "I do hope that there will be a deal. If there is no deal we will make sure that the lives of ordinary people who are in Spain, the UK people, is not disrupted. As you know, the relationship between the UK and Spain is a very close one in terms of economic relations and also social exchanges.
"Over 17 million Brits come to Spain every year and many of them live here or retire here and we want to keep it that way as much as possible."
2. Will there still be schooling for our children after brexit. As above, nothing will change.
Our Opinion We live and work amongst the Spanish people and listen to what they and their political leaders have to say and can assure you that the UK Ex Pats in Spain are relied upon to provide much needed investment and without us they would find it hard to survive. Spain is watching brexit very closely and in my opinion will be One of the First countries to follow the UK out of Europe.
I have no concerns whatsoever about our future in Spain and can see it only being better.
Maybe Spain will be one of the next countries to leave the EU
P.Noel Lynch 35 Years In Spanish Business Transfer. And still here...