In an attempt to ensure this two way arrangement continues, Unidos Podemos has registered a Green Paper not legally binding insisting that the Spanish Government maintains a series of ‘basic and impassable principals’ during the negotiating process.
Both sides want the same result, EU countries want their residents in the UK to keep the services of the NHS just as Great Britain wants for their compatriots living in the EU.
Podemos has quoted Teresa May who has affirmed she wanted to ‘guarantee the rights of the EU citizens living in the UK and the rights of the British in other member countries, as soon as possible.
The proposal highlights the demands of the collective in the UK Granite Tide, a social movement established by Spanish emigrants, and their demand to maintain the current social and health accesses in both countries ‘ignoring their financial or labour position and, if when returning home the years paid into social security should be counted’
The freedom of movement and the right to continue working in both countries ‘is basic and untouchable’ for Podemos, who also reclaim better information from the British Home Office when reports indicate foreigners applying for permanent residence are being denied on many occasions, and therefore ‘regular information regarding the effects of Brexit should be maintained’.