A recent study has revealed that the number of British citizens looking to move abroad has increased noticeably since Britain voted to leave the EU.
According to the London School of Economics, the number of remain voting British citizens looking to move abroad has risen by 30 percent since Britain voted for Brexit at the end of June.
Younger voters are particularly keen on finding pastures new, with as many as ten per cent of 18- to 25-year-olds who voted to ‘Remain’ now considering leaving the country.
While countries like Australia, Canada and America are unsurprisingly popular with want-away Brits, the uncertain future immigration agreements between the UK and other EU countries and unfavourable currency rates, do not appear to be putting Brits off looking into moving to Europe.
Spain and France are both among the preferred destination, particularly among younger Brits, with major cities such as Paris, Barcelona and Madrid proving especially popular potential destinations.