Brexit and the Law of Immigration

We’re leaving. A narrowly won referendum and the U.K. is leaving the EU. Despite having my own doubts about the EU,  I voted to Remain and I’m more gutted with the result than I thought I would be. I’ve lost the future I thought I would have. As a British immigrant living in Brussels, married to aContinue reading “Brexit and the Law of Immigration”

Congratulations EU Referendum, you’ve got me politically engaged for the first time in my life, and now I’m a concerned housewife on the rampage

An open letter to George Osborne and David Cameron because I’ve been listening to the EU referendum arguments and have gotten completely confused about which way to vote- and I’m university educated, young(ish-32), and I live in Brussels.  It should be a no brainer. And yet TTIP? What’s that all about? Why is lowering houseContinue reading “Congratulations EU Referendum, you’ve got me politically engaged for the first time in my life, and now I’m a concerned housewife on the rampage”