Around 785,000 Britons currently live in the EU and it makes sense for many to return to the UK.
The Telegraph cites several factors from a study by the Migration Policy Institute. These include concerns over dwindling funds in the face of a falling pound, the potential curbing of free healthcare, plus a desire to return to guaranteed NHS services. Add to this the complications of registering for residency and services, and uncertainty over income – the Government has only promised to maintain a lucrative pensions lock for Britons in Europe for three years – and it makes sense for many to return to the UK.
The article cites the Coughlins,who had to rethink their options as finding somewhere affordable wasn’t easy The couple found they could buy a one-bedroom apartment at a development for over-55s. Over budget at £280,000, the Coughlins could afford to pay £140,000 for a 50 per cent share of a flat through a part buy, part rent option.
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