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Please note: not all stock is available in all stores. PaperBack February 1, Rhae Elliott and her husband Keith did what most of us imagine doing when watching the TV programmes telling the stories of people who sell up and leave all familiar things to start life in a new country.

They made the decision to move to Central France making the dream of a life abroad a reality. December 1, June 10, November 11, November 13, October 25, October 29, October 4, October 29, September 17, September 17, August 29, August 29, August 7, August 23, July 25, September 23, June 30, August 23, October 9, June 10, October 4, September 24, February 15, September 24, September 26, September 21, June 21, August 23, April 13, June 10, April 19, September 24, March 28, June 10, November 11, November 15, November 5, November 14, October 31, October 31, August 22, August 23, July 25, August 23, June 6, August 23, April 14, June 10, January 31, June 10, June 6, July 14, October 19, October 19, February 21, September 12, February 1, September 20, August 9, August 12, June 19, August 23, June 12, July 22, April 4, April 15, October 11, October 29, July 3, August 23, December 3, June 10, December 11, June 10, February 6, September 24, October 26, September 25, June 16, June 10, February 15, September 12, February 9, September 12, April 4, September 24, March 15, September 12, March 9, September 12, March 3, June 10, November 16, October 5, August 24, September 12, July 11, September 12, Unlike the people who supported the Brexit, these migrants have embraced the opportunity provided by open borders and now find themselves recalculating plans to decide how — and in some cases whether — to remain.

We feel a stronger shift to France and less of a desire to go back to the U.

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There also is anxiety about how the tax status of British residents will change, and what will happen to British-owned businesses. So far, there are more questions than answers.

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Being in the EU means British expats in France and other European countries enjoy the same property rights as local citizens, as well as rights to work, operate businesses, have guaranteed access to a country's health care system, and vote in local French elections. French banks treat British residents the same as French citizens when it comes to offering mortgage rates, and there are various pension guarantees that make it easier for retirees to relocate in the EU.

France also levies far higher capital gains taxes on non-EU residents. Among those weighing their future are Neil Cordwell and Linda Lovelock, a semi-retired couple living in France's central Dordogne region. Cordwell had lived in France off and on since He and Lovelock eventually bought land just outside Eymet, a rural area where one-third of the residents are British.

Eymet was the subject of a British TV reality show called "Little England" in , and Cordwell said he liked that fact that a local village had a cricket team. With the British pound typically much stronger than the euro, buying land in France has long been a bargain for people in the U.

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But with the pound falling to a year low after the Brexit vote, Cordwell said the couple's savings in Britain have taken a hit. He's also heard about some British who had been in the process of buying land in the region putting their plans on hold. Now Cordwell and Lovelock are trying to figure out how to transfer their remaining assets from the U.

And despite still having family in Britain, they are more resolved than ever to stay in France, even to the point of considering applying for citizenship. As an immigrant himself, Cordwell is finding it hard to stomach the anti-immigration wave that seemed to drive the "Leave" campaign in Britain.

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It makes me feel quite sad to hold a British passport when I see that kind of reaction. Back in Toulouse, James Tyrrell had already begun preparations in case the U.