EU Referendum Results 

48% of the electorate voted to Remain and, we are sure, many  of those were expat voters:  it is a disappointment for us all.

More than 3 million people have signed a petition calling for a second EU referendum, after the vote to leave.

It has more signatures than any other on the parliamentary website and as it has passed 100,000, Parliament will consider it for a debate.

The UK voted to leave the EU by 52% to 48% in Thursday's referendum but the majority of voters in London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed Remain.

David Cameron has previously said there will be no second referendum.

On Friday he said he would stand down as prime minister by October following the leave result.

We invite you to sign the petition and inform your friends  LINK TO PETITION  (only British citizens or UK residents have the right to sign)

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EU citizenship - its worth defending

As an EU citizen, your rights and freedoms are guaranteed wherever you live, work or travel across the 28 EU countries: the right to reside, to acquire property, to work, to access education or health care and generally to be protected from discrimination as an expat.

What happens to expats if we leave the EU?

Your rights would no longer be guaranteed under EU law. To maintain them, the UK Government would have to reach agreements with the other 27 EU countries. This could take years. It would depend on offering reciprocal rights for their citizens in the UK. But the 'out' side wants to restrict EU immigration. There would be years of uncertainty and worry.

For a page outlining the Key Facts, click here:    For More Information, click here 

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