We have been reduced to a depersonalized mass of migrants and our lives have been plunged into a state of limbo to the point that many of us now wonder: “Where is home?”.
Speech given by Debbie Williams at the European Parliament on Wednesday 10th October 2018 in Brussels
Introduction: This is the speech given by Debbie Williams at the European Parliament on Wednesday 10th October 2018 in Brussels. Reference: In Limbo Project presentations at European Parliament on 10th October 2018 Debbie’s Speech: Thank you dear Elena, thank you dear Véronique. My name is Debbie Williams. I am the founder of Brexpats Hear Our
Speech given by Véronique Martin at the European Parliament on Wednesday 10th October 2018 in Brussels
After two horrific world wars, that decimated both my country and my family I was brought up with a deep love for the European Peace Project. I grew up to become a real anglophile and arrived in Britain at the age of 20 with the very first Erasmus exchange in 1984.
Elema Remigi, founder of the In Limbo Project with Véronique Martin co-editor of In Limbo and Debbie Williams founder of Brexpats Hear Our Voice speaking at the EU Parliament in Brussels on 10th October 2018.
The following video shows responses in chronological order to question: After 3 years In Limbo, how do British citizens feel?
Joan Pons Laplana won the British Journal of Nursing’s Nurse of the Year award for 2018.
Cosi of the In Limbo Project speaks about what it is like to be #InLimbo for over two and a half years.
Last Sunday, 3 March 2019, I was invited to give a speech at the Pulse of Europe event in High Wycombe. It was a truly moving and inspiring moment for me to be with one of the many teams of wonderful Remainers who, all over the UK, have been fighting tirelessly against hate and fake