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  • BrilloPad
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    Well feck off then!
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to SueEllen again.

    When did I ever say I was going to leave?

    Anyway, I cannot leave CUK to the mercy of sassy.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
    At least one poster who when they say they are going to leave actually does so.
    Well feck off then!

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  • BrilloPad
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    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    On that note I would like to say goodbye as I think I need to get a life
    At least one poster who when they say they are going to leave actually does so.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by sal View Post
    You are talking about British tourists in Spain spending a lot of money - this is often the case. I was talking about British expats in Spain, which are rather different breed.
    So was I. I agree you that income may vary with expats.

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  • sal
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    Originally posted by woohoo View Post
    We holiday in different places, I see lots of wealthy people spending cash, admittedly it used to go a lot further. Often, the British and other nationalities do get involved and are often a driving force for driving out corruption and ensuring good management.

    The Spanish NHS bills the UK each year for those costs - I imagine that the Spanish ensure they make the best use of this money
    You are talking about British tourists in Spain spending a lot of money - this is often the case. I was talking about British expats in Spain, which are rather different breed.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    The Spanish NHS equivalent bills the UK for the costs of holiday makers but not OAPs or anyone who is counted as living in Spain.
    Do you have a link to back that up, genuinely interested as that isnt my understanding.

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  • VectraMan
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    Your last part is wrong.

    Once you live or expect to work in another EU country for a permanent period of time which is over 3 months then that country is responsible for your health and social care.

    The Spanish are now realising how costly having lots of British OAPs is.

    Oh and they can't come back here as the coalition government carefully put in Acts stopping people claiming social benefits if they hadn't lived in the UK consistently for the last 2 years.
    I hate to suggest that Vetran is right about anything, but he is in this case. Pensioners healthcare in the EEA is paid for by the NHS. My Dad is one (in France).

    Moving abroad - Healthcare abroad - NHS Choices

    If you are living in an EEA country or Switzerland and you receive an exportable UK pension, contribution-based Employment Support Allowance or another exportable benefit, you may be entitled to state healthcare paid for by the UK. You will need to apply for a certificate of entitlement known as an S1 form.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by woohoo View Post
    We holiday in different places, I see lots of wealthy people spending cash, admittedly it used to go a lot further. Often, the British and other nationalities do get involved and are often a driving force for driving out corruption and ensuring good management.

    The Spanish NHS bills the UK each year for those costs - I imagine that the Spanish ensure they make the best use of this money
    The Spanish NHS equivalent bills the UK for the costs of holiday makers but not OAPs or anyone who is counted as living in Spain.

    Also many public hospitals in Spain stopped taking the EHIC so Spain was taken to the relevant European Court. I don't know if they are behaving now.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by sal View Post
    Not necessarily. Large portion of the British community in Benidorm for instance is what is called trailer trash in the US. They live in tents/caravans barely scraping a living. Another example are the pensioners that bought cheap properties in Spain and retired there, they are using a lot of the health care resources, while paying little or no local taxes.
    Spanish bill the UK for the health care costs.

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  • woohoo
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    Originally posted by sasguru View Post
    Have you been to the Costas? Mostly tattoed, elderly Brits spending their small state pensions in British owned businesses in British ghettoes. While causing a huge burden on the SPanish NHS.
    Reminded me of some Muslim communities in Britain in terms of their insularity.
    We holiday in different places, I see lots of wealthy people spending cash, admittedly it used to go a lot further. Often, the British and other nationalities do get involved and are often a driving force for driving out corruption and ensuring good management.

    The Spanish NHS bills the UK each year for those costs - I imagine that the Spanish ensure they make the best use of this money

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