Like many other Europeans here, Britain has been my home for a long time. After moving from Milan to Cork, Ireland, aged three, I finally came to settle in England’s pleasant pastures in 2005…
I’ve written this short piece about countering the dominant of insularity and nationalism. Our Brexit Testimonies is mentioned as an example for how we can do that.
he UK does not value your presence. No matter how much you contribute with your entrepreneurship, your skills, your artistic creativity, your unfailing efforts for the NHS, schools, and higher education, not to mention your net tax contributions, it will never be enough.
Immigrants have a higher risk of mental health problems such as psychosis because of the stigma they encounter.
The latest development (see circled text) – apparently we EU citizens will just be treated like any third-state citizen. This means goodbye to rights to work, live, study, here without visas and indefinite leave to remain. Thanks so much, spineless MPs for not voting for the amendment that would secure our rights, thank you British
The UK and the EU are on collision course about securing our rights. One point of contention is apparently that EU citizens can now bring non-EU spouses, without minimal income threshold
I know our group is apolitical, but I am quite frankly disgusted by the Tory pledge to keep migration to the 10,000s. It’s as if getting rid of people like us, or preventing more of us coming in, should be top priority, rather than: the NHS, education, the massive housing crisis, the loss of standard