If so, then you should take great solace from the fact that your Foreign Minister is on the ball and has foresight. But that is about all you can take much solace in. An article in the Mirror outlines deep concerns about what will happen to you if the Euro collapses. It seems as though the Foreign Office has begun drawing up plans for at best illiquid and at worst destitute citizens who have their entire life savings frozen (if not wiped out) when the inevitable run on the Spanish banks starts with the currency collapse:
Since there are about a million ex-pat Brits in Spain (and another million total in the other Eurozone countries), the government is right to worry. They may need to deal with all of the suddenly penniless people sleeping in airports or elsewhere with no access to money and no way to get home. Planes, boats and quick cash loans are all being bandied about. By the way, 10 Spanish banks were downgraded last week amid fears that the crisis had already spiralled out of control.