March 28, 2019
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There’s plenty of news this week. Trust us, most of it’s good, although if you have Transatlantic flights booked with Wow Air, check out our article on what to do now that the firm has ceased operation. This week we also speak with one of the nicest American comedians in Drew Lynch, who visits London this Summer. Plus with Tax Season in full swing, we have two articles on finance that Americans in the UK will want to read. Enjoy your newsletter!
Article One

Bryson Line 2019 Charitable Walk Announced

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Article Two

US Embassy Seeks WWII Memories

Article Three

USAF Celebrates work of RAF Squadron Leader Jerry Neild

Article Four

Parliament marks 50th anniversary of the first black life peer in the House of Lords

Article Five

Wow Air Ceases Transatlantic Flights: What to do if you have tickets

Article Six INTERVIEWS | Drew Lynch
Article Seven EXPAT ADVICE | Social Security and State Pension
Article Eight EXPAT ADVICE | Top 5 US Expat Tax Filing Strategies in 2019
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