Boletín OEG de Prensa, nº 314

Boletín de Prensa del Observatorio Europeo de Gerontomigraciones

Nº 314, 23 de marzo, 2018

European Observatory on Gerontomigration Press Bulletin
#314 (23 March 2018)
"Extra time for would-be expats", Costa del Sol News, 23 | 03 | 2018 - Noticia
Britons who want to move to Spain will be given breathing space over Brexit.
Campaigners for the rights of British nationals and EU citizens after Brexit have criticised Donald Tusk and said ... In a strongly worded letter ... “The [European] council has not defended the rights of its citizens, be they British or from the other EU27 countries,” ... the campaign groups the3million and British in Europe, which claim to represent 4.6 million citizens affected by Brexit ... fired off their missive on Wednesday in response to a letter Tusk wrote to members of the European council on Tuesday claiming he had “achieved success when it comes to citizens’ rights”. They said: “This is simply not the case.” The letter comes as more than a dozen British MEPs have written to the Brexit secretary ... questioning the government’s commitment to UK citizens in Europe... Britons in Europe are deeply concerned that they will be “landlocked” after Brexit, unable to travel to another EU country for business or pleasure because their freedom of movement rights will be wiped out... As it stands, Britons’ professional qualifications will not be recognised anywhere outside the country of their residence and they will be unable to offer their services in another EU country or to people in another country.
Mijas and Manilva town halls in the Malaga province will be hosting two events with British Ambassador to Spain Simon Manley and regional Consul 
"A vote for life wherever you live… except if you're British", The Olive Press, 18 | 03 | 2018 - Reportaje
If you’re French, Spanish ... or almost any nationality other than British, you have the right to vote in your native country wherever you live now, and for however long you have lived there. ... Brits moving abroad with the intention to remain there ... paid taxes during their working lives in the UK ... and retain great interest in ... issues of their homeland... Tens of thousands of British expats living in Spain and France who once worked in UK ... and are in receipt of related pensions are required to pay income tax to the UK government in accordance with double taxation treaties between the UK, Spain and France. That is taxation without representation.
Although the on ‘Brexit and the NHS’ report by the UK in a Changing Europe think-tank based at King’s College London deliberately shies away from making demands of ministers, it warns that Brexit was “likely to worsen existing staff shortages” and was “likely to exacerbate” funding pressures on the NHS.
"AUAN lamenta el ritmo de regularización de las casas", La Voz de Almería, 15 | 03 | 2018 - Noticia
Los afectados por la problemática de las viviendas ilegales han mostrado su “frustración” ante “la lentitud del Ayuntamiento de Cantoria en la regularización” de este tipo de construcciones.
Últimas noticias OEG
Reseña por Alberto Hidalgo de La residencia de los gerontoinmigrantes (Valencia, Tirant lo Blanch, 2016), dirigido por Mayte Echezarreta, en Revista de Derecho UNED, núm. 20 (2017), pp. 693-698.
Disponible el Informe conjunto para la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión Europea (fase I de la negociación, 8 de diciembre, 2017).
Publicado el ComentOEG nº 50, sobre el acuerdo firmado el pasado 19 de marzo entre los negociadores de la Unión Europea y del Reino Unido relativo al período transitorio tras la ejecución del brexit.