Filipino Expats In England
If you are looking to connect with Filipino expats in England, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs England written by Filipino bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by Filipino Expats Living in England
- Upraised Living
This is an food, travel, and lifestyle expat blog that features efforts towards better health and habits. From Manila to London, follow my quest towards upraised living.
- Glimmer of hope
Mommy, expat, married life, school, citizenship stories
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- American Expat Living in England - Interview with Ariana
Ariana Mullins is a licensed massage therapist, freelance photographer, real food enthusiast, world traveler, and creator of the blog, And Here We Are... She has made her way to England via Oregon,...
Latest News Relating to England or Philippines
- Brit expats in France banned from signing European Citizens Initiative
A new bid to ensure lifetime retention of European Union citizenship will go live next Monday, but Brits in the EU are excluded from the vote. The new European Citizens Initiative will be...
- Reports suggest London now a cheaper expat destination
Traditionally, London has been seen by relocating expat professionals as one of the world’s most expensive places to live and work. As relocation packages shrink and popular reassignment...
- Brexit job losses may result in soaring emigration
Will Brexit see increased numbers of Brit moving overseas for work? As next March creeps closer and governmental chaos ramps up still further, an increasing number of industries are now planning...
- Brit expat arrested at airport for 2004 burglary
A Brit expat convicted of burglary 14 years ago was arrested on his return to the UK for his uncle’s birthday bash. Some 14 years after the burglary and now married with a child as well as his...
- Global expatriate totals to hit at least 87 million by 2021
By 2021, the total number of expatriates scattered across the world is expected to reach over 85 million. Expatriation in the present day is a far cry from its 19th century origins, when various...