British people moving to France falls more than 50%

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There are many factors involved, as you stated, and now the new tax laws introduced by President Hollande will most likely negatively impact the stats.


Strange. You would have thought with the present UK economic downturn and resulting gloom that people would be flocking here!


Perhaps a really telling set of data overlaid on the graph would be to show the €/£ exchange rate - at least from Jan 2007 to Dec 2009 (which was when I bought) and I did it because at c.1.10 my belief was that it could only get better and at c.1.23 it certainly is. Heady days of 2007 up around 1.40 may return - I hope so anyway.


Additionally the ability to sell homes in the UK will surely affect this..

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