The In Limbo Project Team travelled to Parliament Square to meet up with our friends in Stand of Defiance European Movement “I have always believed that this is our home together equally, not apart or segregated from each other. For friends who never had a say in this to be treated so badly is unacceptable.
In Limbo Project Admin and Advocate Alena Useinovic speaking on BBC Victoria Derbyshire on Thurday 10th January 2019 Victoria: “Alena, you have been raising your eyebrows sitting next to Harry. I am guessing that you are dreading a No Deal?” Alena: “I am an EU citizen. I am German. I have lived here for
On Saturday 5th January 2019, Elena Remigi founder of the In Limbo Project spoke with Matt Stadlen on LBC Radio to talk about the uncertainty facing EU citizens living in the UK and the stress it is putting on them. Here is Elena’s call: Here is a transcript of the call: Matt: 03456060973 Now before
On Tuesday 1st January 2019, In Limbo Project Admin and Advocate Nina from Cologne called Shelagh Fogarty on LBC Radio to talk about Angela Merkel’s speech and the In Limbo Project. Here is Nina’s call: Here is the full (3 hours LBC program) with: Shelagh Fogarty on 1st January 2019
After 905 days or 2 years and 175 days of being #InLimbo please listen to this heartfelt and brilliant speech by In Limbo Project Admin and Advocate Cosi Doerfel Hill Video by Aidan O’Rourke ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di5tMJ2j060 ) “Bollocks to Brexit” speech by Cosi Doerfel Hill in Liverpool, on Sunday
This is wonderful: a new initiative from Jane Stevenson to give our friends from EU27 countries a yellow rose for friendship and support. Please listen to Jane and her friend Em discussing the idea: (also on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3ainil9a6w ) Jane: “What the yellow rose message is. Yellow roses are erm. You know different flowers can
In Limbo Project Admin and Advocate Alena Useinovic speaking on BBC Victoria Derbyshire on Monday 3rd December 2018 Alena: “The Withdrawal Agreement regarding Citizens Rights in essence reduces our rights. So, we lose all future voting rights. Three million citizens here and one and a half to two million Britons in the EU become representation-less.
I used to be English. It was my identity and I had the right to it. It didn’t have to be more complicated than that…