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CONFIRMED: Government will uprate UK State Pension for those living in the EU until March 2023 in event of...

THE UK government has announced it will continue to uprate the UK State Pension paid to people living in the EU each year for...

BREAKING: Brexit Secretary writes to EU seeking mutual citizens rights deal in case of no deal

Britain has already guaranteed the status of EU citizens in the event of no deal, while multiple EU countries have done the same for their British residents

British expat pensioners fear no-deal Brexit after already losing more than a fifth of their spending power

It comes after the Rabobank in London warned that a no-deal Brexit could end in euro-sterling parity

Thousands of OAPs protest on the streets of Spain calling for pension security

PENSIONERS in their thousands have taken to the streets of Spain to demand decent pensions. Demonstrating across Spain to ask the government to guarantee pensions...

Thousands protest in Malaga for fairer working conditions

'There are no excuses' was the slogan of this year's Malaga march

Spain paying €300m a year in pensions to people who are dead

The monthly payment to the dead totalled €25.3 million last year

HMRC backtrack on QROPS

Richard Alexander on ‘a la carte pensions’ and avoiding ‘financial indigestion’

UPDATE: Possible loophole found in scrapping of Winter Fuel Allowance

Expats have until January 24 to overturn Winter Fuel Allowance ruling

‘Forensic study’ claims €15 million wrongly handed to Caja Madrid top dogs

Irregular pay rises and bonuses emerge in damning new report

Little pensions add up!

Columnist and financial expert Richard Alexander with some good press for pensions

Understanding unfunded pensions

Columnist Richard Alexander continues to reveal the mysteries of unfunded pensions

Pension warning for ex-pats

New EU law requires amended bank details for EU ex-pats

EXCLUSIVE: Iain Duncan Smith intervenes in the case of a benefit cheat exposed by the Olive Press

UK Pensions minister personally intervenes in the case of a benefit cheat exposed by the Olive Press

HMRC closes in on Qrops abusers

Tightening up of procedures will put an end to abuse of the system

Rajoy announces €8.9 billion of cuts and tax increases

Rajoy announces his first set of measures to address a predicted eight per cent budget deficit for 2011




WATCH: E-scooter rider is caught travelling on the A-7 motorway near Guadalmina on Spain’s Costa del Sol as cars...

THIS is the moment an e-scooter rider was filmed travelling along the A-7 in Marbella. In footage shared online, the individual was seen travelling...


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