A 'Vote Leave' sign is seen by the roadside near Charing urging people to vote for Brexit in the upcoming EU referendum is seen on the roadside near Charing south east of London on June 16, 2016. AFP / BEN STANSALL
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A chastened David Cameron did the decent thing and resigned, humiliated by his own party. After that, things were, if anything, more turbulent in the EU, which managed to have a third mighty row about tiny Greece later the same year. Over here in the UK, a slow but remorseless decline set in.Two years on, the business of life outside is another matter.Ideally, I need somewhere in Europe so my kids can go to a continental university at relatively low cost and I can remain close to the UK.You can live there and swan around the Schengen area, but you have to wait 10 years before becoming a Spanish (and therefore EU) citizen. It is the same in Portugal, although the wait is shorter there at six years. Malta looks more promising, given that you only have to wait a year to become a citizen. It is part of the Common Travel Area, but also has a "special relationship" with the EU, despite not being a member of it.
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