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The day after the day of the shock: Personal reflections of a EU citizen (still) working in the (still) UK (England) on Brexit

When you get an email from the vice chancellor of the academic institution where you work not to panic (not the exact words but the tenor) something seems to be seriously wrong. When you get the same email from another … Continue reading

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Un-hospitality, global refugee movements, and the EU referendum: reflections on UK politics from a taxpayer without the right to vote on the future

Today, 20 June, is World Refugee Day 2015. It coincides with the day of a huge anti-austerity demonstration in London that is rather narrowly concerned with the politics on the British isles – a politics that on the whole seems … Continue reading

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