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The EU Brexit Vote has hit British Expats Living and Working in the EU hard. The day after the Brexit vote on 24/6/2016 Sterling fell sharply from £1=Euro1.30 so by the end of October 2017 the Pound is trading at £1.00 = Euro 1.13 , a mighty fall of nearly 15% in 16 months.
This affects how many Euros to spend have UK expats living in euro land, or the £ Sterling back taken home after the sale of Euro-land overseas property. Here we look and the background and reveal:-