MANISH’S ZODIAC PREDICTIONS FOR JANUARY 2017
Capricorn (22 December – 19 January ) – This month can stimulate your desire for adventure and a taste for the exotic. Long-distance romance can be a lure and can stimulate much desire and passion. A creative project can come to a head, or a love affair can blossom. This month [...]
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Flybe regional airline’s preliminary summer schedule features 59 routes with emphasis on regional France, Euro City and summer sun services Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, on 18th October put more early release routes on sale as part of its preliminary Summer 2017 schedule. To date this features 59 routes including a large selection of [...]
by Brian Cave
The Government has formally declared that every British Citizen everywhere will have the vote.
Harry Shindler has been beating the drum on this for 16 years. The MPs in the Commons will not listen to us if we have no vote. There are [...]
by David Anderson
This article is for general information only. French law is a highly specialised area and you should only act or refrain from acting after receiving full professional advice on the facts of your particular case. This article is for general information and does not constitute investment [...]
A poll conducted by Leggett Immobilier, the largest seller of French property to British purchasers, has shown that half of all British clients considering buying a property in France, are doing so to move to the country permanently.
The poll which was run following the result of the referendum has shown that British people are keener [...]
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has continued to confirm her commitment to secure the rights of British Nationals living in EU countries (whilst at the same time protecting the rights of EU nationals in the UK). This is very encouraging.
In this briefing note, we focus on questions that have been asked by our clients [...]
By Lee Chappell, Corporate Dealer Currencies Direct 21st July 2016
Yesterday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted that negotiations to leave the EU will not commence until Theresa May & the UK has triggered Article 50. It would appear the new Prime Minister will seek to trigger the official deal in 2017, giving her and the [...]
by John Bird, Founder and editor-in-chief of THE BIG ISSUE
History is a great place to spend your time in if you want to get some balance about what is happening in the here-and-now
As the effects of Brexit reach down into the economy, I take a flight away from our islands to France to [...]
By Rob Kay, Senior Partner, Blevins Franks
My last article focused on French capital gains tax on the sale of property. This month I look at what tax will be due when you sell shares and other investments.
There have been a number of tax reforms over recent years, including how investment income is taxed, [...]