British expats take to streets in Spain in Brexit protest

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British expats living in Spain have taken to the streets of Malaga to raise awareness of their uncertain future once the UK leaves the EU.  The group of protesters, who marched in in the popular UK expat resort in southern Spain on Sunday, held up placards which said "No Brexit" and "They're trying to make us leave the EU," with many were draped in EU flags, the Spanish flag and and Union Jacks, according to a report in yesterday's Telegraph. An estimated 300,000 British expatriates liv...

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