Problems and possibilities with Brexit

Connexion readers give their opinion on the impact and implications of Brexit

Many correspondents to Connexion view Brexit with horror. Many chose to come and live in France and accepted the way of life, quality of food, superb wines – all at prices more affordable than in the UK.

The cost of living in France has been more reasonable but nothing lasts forever. The ‘Remoaners’ want the best of both worlds and are unhappy with the democratic vote that took place in 2016.

As a couple who invested in France over 16 years ago, we knew what we bought into and expect to pay accordingly.

Any changes to exchange rates, tax laws etc are ...

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