Ros is quoted by Connexion calling on banks and the Government to inform expat customers what could happen to their pensions or insurance payments if there is no deal with the EU after Transition.
Ros is quoted in The Times newspaper warning that expats may be charged to receive their pensions if they live in the EU and want the money sent to an EU bank account.
Ros wrote a feature article for Financial News calling for a delay to the Brexit transition period to be announced immediately, as trying to tackle Brexit and Covid-19 at once is simply reckless. (Subscription needed to view.)
The Guardian newspaper highlights changes that might happen to people’s money after Brexit and quotes Ros’ reassurance that current expats will not have State Pensions frozen but future is uncertain after 2020.
Ros wrote a column for the Yorkshire Post explaining why Government pursuing a No Deal Brexit would be a betrayal of democracy.
Ros’ comment piece in the Independent newspaper says only giving people a Final Say in the Brexit decision offers a way out of this mess for the country and the Conservatives.
Ros’ views on the dangers of populism, QE and Brexit upheavals are highlighted in this interest piece in the Absolute Return Partners Newsletter – parallels with the past in gaps between rich and poor?