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Date: 2011-01-21 13:01:48
Boletín OEG de Prensa, nº 28

Boletín OEG de Prensa, nº 28

"British ex-pats take to the streets in Spain to protest against plans to bulldoze their illegally built homes", Eye on Spain, 12 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Hundreds of expats stopped traffic in Spain yesterday as they protested against plans to bulldoze illegally built homes. Around 800 British and Irish ... Also on the march were pensioners Len and Helen Prior, who hit the headlines in January 2008 when their £350,000 home in the nearby village of Vera was bulldozed.

"The end of the Spanish dream as more homes are declared illegal", The Times, 18 | 01 | 2010  - Noticia

British expats in Andalucia have three months to demolish their homes ...

"Spanish doctors fight expat 'freeloaders'", The Daily Telegraph, 19 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Spanish doctors have thrown their weight behind politicians who criticise "health tourism". (...) Some of the many thousands of Britons who regularly flip between homes in Britain and Iberia are also thought to arrange trips according to where they may get the best treatment, or jump waiting lists.

"Stop the ‘freeloaders'", The Leader Newspaper Online, 19| 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Spanish doctors have thrown their weight behind those politicians who criticise "health tourism".

"Three-quarters of British expats in Spain considering returning home", The Daily Telegraph, 20 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Almost three-quarters of British expatriates living in Spain are considering returning home because of the economic crisis, according to a new survey. ...

"Expat health tourism in Spain threatened by doctors",, 20 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Doctors in Spain have spoken out in support of recent allegations by the country’s politicians that ‘health tourists’ are merely freeloading on the back of the Spanish health insurance.

"Un total de 62 municipios valencianos tiene mayor proporción de extranjeros que Vic", Abc, 21 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

En la provincia de Alicante predomina los residentes procedentes de la Unión Europea, en muchos casos jubilados con alto poder adquisitivo que han elegido la Costa Blanca para disfrutar de su retiro.(...) La inmigración supone un importante motor económico para la región, pero también tiene un elevado coste en prestaciones públicas como la sanidad, la educación y los servicios sociales.

"Expat Medical Insurance News: Spanish union bemoans expat health toll", Expatriate Healthcare, 21 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Spanish regional authorities operate with autonomy in regards to the provision of healthcare, and the latest authority to exercise this freedom is Valencia, which recently rescinded access to free healthcare for expats taking early retirement in the region.

"Spanish Attack on British Expatriate Patients Brings Home Message – Get Health Insurance!", Shelter Offshore, 21 | 01 | 2010 - Reportaje

Spanish politicians and doctors have launched an attack against British expatriates who seek treatment for medical conditions when in Spain, and they have accused such Brits of being a drain on limited resources.

"Good life ‘turns sour’ for many expats in wake of sterling’s fall, survey finds", International Adviser, 21 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Expatriate Britons are struggling to cope with the mostly weakening pound in a number of key offshore markets, a survey by foreign exchange provider Moneycorp has found, with those in Spain described as suffering the most.

"Majority of british expats in Spain have considered returning home", The Leader Newspaper Online, 21 | 01 | 2010 - Noticia

Britons living in Spain have suffered the most financially, especially those relying on a pension from the UK, with four in five complaining that the drop in the value of the pound against the euro has left them a lot worse off.


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