Since the 1960s, many Britons have moved to southwestern France, especially the Dordogne. But Brexit could throw a wrench in the works: as non-EU-citizens, they would face new restrictions.
British entrepreneurs who have settled down in France have been a blessing for the country's rural areas, but will this remain so after the UK's exit from the EU? Lisa Louis looks for answers in Verteillac.
Dutch judges have rejected a bid by British expats seeking to take a landmark case on their rights as EU citizens after Brexit. The court ruled that the claims were "too vague" to be considered by Luxembourg judges.
The UK's point man for Brexit is getting nervous, Emmanuel Macron leaves Theresa May empty-handed and the Tories say "no thanks" to Mr. Banks. Meanwhile, Danish influence in Britain may soon be on the decline.
Bucking the trend to go West and stay there, some young Latvians do return home after dipping into life abroad. For them, the drawbacks of their ever more sparsely populated country are anything but.
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