Over a third of British expats in Ireland ready to hand back UK passports

Pedro Gonçalves
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Over a third (35%) of British expats living in Ireland are willing to say goodbye to their home country due to Brexit by seeking citizenship or permanent residency in another country, a survey has found. A further 10% are thinking about cutting their ties with the UK if a no-deal Brexit goes ahead on or before October 31, says the research for foreign exchange broker CurrencyFair. The survey, concluding in May, compared British expats' preferred Brexit outcomes and plans for Brexit with the views of British citizens residing at home. Expats living in EU countries that are expected to ...

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