The Observer writes that the small number of Breton farmers who used to head to the south of England to sell onions are finding things hard and are likely to stop crossing the Channel.
And the Observer also investigates the exodus of Brits who are feeling the squeeze due to a tumbling exchange rate, meaning many on a fixed income are struggling.
As an aside, if the local Mairie in Eymet is ever short of a bob or two they should charge a 'journalist tax' as the place seems to have a magnetic hold over a reporter and their notepad.
The two 'Brits leaving France' articles say that the exchange rate is a problem for many, while food costs are also rising, with one lady near Cherbourg saying 'we're all doomed' and turning to her vegetable patch for salvation.
Although Brits who leave France might get a surprise when they receive their first gas or electricity bill in the UK where prices have rocketed in comparison to France.
But other Brits are realistic about the future, accepting that even if they wanted to move they would struggle to sell their property and that they benefited from Sterling's strength in the past.
A matter of fact comment from Jill Ribbons, a retired immigration officer, most probably sums up the view of many: "I feel you shouldn't be here moaning about it.
"We came out here and bought their houses cheap, so to then start complaining is a bit crass. We took advantage. We had everything so smooth for so long."
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