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Brits Abroad - Radio 4

Posted by mavis cruet-909959 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Mickrest - 3 years ago

...and don't ever think that you are superior in any way to the immigrants that come to the UK, because, especially if you're retired, you probably contribute less to France than they do to the UK.

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Posted by piechipsandpeas - 3 years ago

Immigrant . ex-pat , guest - what difference does it make what you call yourself  - obey the law , treat people with respect

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Posted by bella-382361 - 3 years ago

Guests are normally invited. We were not invited, we chose to come here to live.

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Posted by chris1-400976 - 3 years ago

At last people who see us for what we are in France, guests/immigrants and so on best behaviour.

 

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Posted by nelly15 - 3 years ago

I was being polite blossom! I see myself as a guest, therefore on my best behaviour! Wish I could say the same for a lot round here.

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Posted by Brian Stone - 3 years ago

I for one hate the term expat, and do regard myself as an immigrant.

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Posted by Blossom-386748 - 3 years ago

Rather than being amazed, I have been appalled by the number of Brits I have met in France who say they came here 'to get away from the immigrants'!!! 

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Posted by nelly15 - 3 years ago

I haven't met many expats who see themselves as immigrants or even guests here. Which I find amazing. Meant to listen to that must catch up