Posted: 06/03/2016 at 14:15
Again I agree with Dove.
Verdun, in answer to your question, I have been involved with the re-housing in a local village here in Dordogne of 2 families from Iraq who were picked up of the streets by a charity, having been thrown out of their homes by ISIS. One mother was pregnant, her baby was born here in a local hospital, they have 4 other children and narrowly escaped having their throats cut. I have also given beggars in our local town a meal, clothing and a sleeping bag to one young girl who was shivering.
But all that is not anything to do with Europe and whether the UK leaves it. It would probably be disastrous for ex-pats if the UK leaves Europe. Over 20,000 in Dordogne and over 170,000 in France, over 300,000 in Spain. Who knows what will happen to their pensions and their health care.