09/05/2021 - 16:17
Well…I might be a bit weird, however I am really excited about tomorrow! Why? It is an election day, which gives us ALL another wonderful opportunity to shape our local communities by electing District and County Councillors. There are also significant elections in Scotland, to the Scottish Parliament and Wales, to the Welsh Assembly. Tomorrow will be a busy day for voters and quite a nerve-wracking day for all the candidates!
29/03/2021 - 16:00
Hello my name is Joan, I am a senior nurse currently working at the NHS. I am also, according to the nursing times, a well-known activist...
22/03/2021 - 21:15
In life it takes courage to face reality and try to shape its own imagination. It is nice to dream of succeeding, but it is necessary to believe in it and accept to expose yourself.
16/03/2021 - 10:53
It is estimated that almost a million Poles lived in the UK before the Brexit vote. Some, mainly anecdotal evidence, suggests that around 200,000 members of the Polish community have now left the UK. What are the reasons why people have left or are leaving?
11/03/2021 - 16:17
Polish migration to the UK has a long standing history. But did you know that there are currently only 12 serving Polish Cllrs in the UK? In my view, although the current Parliament has never been more diverse, the lack of political representation is still evident.
05/03/2021 - 19:22
Aleksandra Klitina, the former Vice-Minister of Infrastructure in Ukraine, has been interviewed by Olivier Védrine.
04/03/2021 - 17:05
On 26 February, Slava Rabinovich, a political analyst close to the Russian democratic opposition, was interviewed by Olivier Védrine for EuTalk and The Russian Monitor.
17/02/2021 - 10:56
I am sure that most of us, who know, work with or have friends and family members from the EU or EEA have heard of the so-called EU settled status scheme.
02/02/2021 - 20:22
My personal struggle with the UK Home Office and how Brexit affected and changed my life.
25/01/2021 - 10:24
In the EU, asylum seekers are moved from one country to the other under the Dublin III Regulation under the assumption that all Member States are equally safe. The story of M. reveals a more complex reality, which is likely to remain unchanged.