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Old 22nd October 2019, 10:16 AM
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What can affect is uprating of UK state pension for Spanish residents. Currently EU regulations stipulate your pension should be uprated in line with UK law. Post-Brexit (post-Implementation period to be precise), unless it's in the withdrawal agreement or a special arrangement is made with Spain (Spain is keen but UK less so as things stand), you may not get the annual increase UK-based pensioners get (3.9% from April 2020).
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