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Keywords:Diana McGlone, Policia Nacional station, The One Stop Problem Shop, brexit project, british, canary islands, environmental portraits, expat, las americas, portrait, portraits, spain, tenerife
Diana McGlone-8318

Diana McGlone-8318

Diana McGlone, owner of The One Stop Problem Shop, outside the Policia Nacional station in Las Americas where she regularly attends with clients registering as EU residents in Spain.
Di Mc Glone
Resident on Tenerife since 1994
Owner of the One Stop Problem Shop.

“Currently around 400,000 UK Expat pensioners who have retired to the EU could have their state pensions frozen when the U.K. leaves the EU.
I’m concerned that in just over four years I’ll be added to that group and I’m tired of politicians’ sound bites.
I want some facts so I can plan.
Assuming the UK Government will not want expats returning in droves, will they guarantee inflation-proofing the state pension income that I have contributed to for decades?
On the other hand, although my adoptive country has been good to me, I suspect there will be more administrative hoops for both existing expats and new arrivals to jump through. How can there not be once we Brits no longer have an automatic right to free movement throughout the E.U.?
However, more bits of paper has to be good for my business so maybe I’ll never get to retire!”