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Spanish government insists UK pays expats post-Brexit medical bills

In its first post-Brexit announcement concerning pensioners living in Spain, the countryâ??s foreign minister told listeners at an Alicante event that the UK should pay itsâ?? expatsâ?? medical bills. Spanish foreign minister Jose Manual Garcia-Margallo is quoted as saying one of the countryâ??s post-Brexit goals is to force Britain to... Expats Blog -
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