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>> As the sign would suggest, this French village is popular with Brits, 300 of them live in Emey and on market day it shows. Next to the pink garlic, lies pork pies and British sausages. The village boasts an English pub, tea room and shop offering, Marmite Heinz Baked Beans and custard powder.
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But business owners via Brexit could threaten livelihoods.>>
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> Britain's Prime Minister may be hailing a new sense of optimism after recent Brexit talks, but key store owner, Iona Stent who sold her English home three years ago, isn't convinced.
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>> The plans that you had are put on hold, and also your whole life is in a sense of limbo.>> The 1.2 million Britains with permanent residence in EU states will be allowed to stay and receive the same treatment as the 3 million Europeans living in Britain.
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But the deal was only sealed earlier this month with a handshake. Sterling has fallen 13% against the Euro since the vote to leave the EU, eroding UK based earnings and pensions. Despite so much uncertainty, estate agents are still seeing demand from Britains. Perhaps it's the sun-kissed vineyards that keep them coming, or just the welcome escape from Brexit woes back home.