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Thousands of EU migrants work as doctors, nurses, carers, cleaners and porters as the UK fights gravest threat in years.
This week the novelist received the Olof Palme prize for achievement in the spirit of the assassinated Swedish statesman. He reflects on how a lack of leadership today has allowed us to ‘sleepwalk’ into Brexit.
AT 11pm tonight, Scotland will cease to be part of the EU after almost half a century. That is a moment of profound sadness for me, and for countless others across Scotland, and indeed the rest of the UK.
In south London, residents in the highest Remain-voting borough are yet to see the 'united' Britain that was promised.
On the surface, 31 January is just another date. But for people like me, it brings feelings of loss, confusion, anger and sadness, writes Candy Scobling.
London has been my home for more than forty years, but the emotional and financial drain of the last three years almost made me throw in the towel, writes Baboule.
After the 2016 referendum on Brexit, EU citizens were promised that nothing would change. “There will be no change for EU citizens already lawfully resident in the UK,” Boris Johnson wrote at the time. “These EU citizens will automatically be granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK and will be treated no less favourably than they are at present.”
A mix of sadness, relief and desire to move on has greeted the UK election results among groups representing EU nationals in the UK and British residents in the EU.
EU immigrants are the latest scapegoats in an election that demonises others to gloss over the Tory party’s own failure to create a prosperous and more equal society, writes Maike Bohn, co-founder of the3million.
Kasha lives in the UK but has found some people are hostile because of her Polish accent.
After 35 years of living and working in Scotland, Karin is worried about her citizenship after Brexit.
Made to feel unwelcome by Brexit, singer Pachya left her life behind and moved back to Poland.
Polish mother Magdelena Howlett returns to Europe after 10 years fearing for her daughters' safety.
Post-Brexit, the cost of medicines they rely on could skyrocket.
WITH THE UNITED KINGDOM PREPARING FOR A GENERAL ELECTION, WE INVITED IRISH PEOPLE TO WRITE OPEN LETTERS TO UK VOTERS. HERE IS A SELECTION OF YOUR RESPONSES.
I spoke up on the dangers of medicine supply plans for No-Deal Brexit, but was ignored by my MP Sajid Javid. So now I'm running against him.
The only way to protect your rights is to remain in the EU - that's why we will fight to secure a Final Say referendum on Brexit.
I’ve never considered myself trapped anywhere in almost 20 years of living in eight different countries. But Brexit has changed everything.
Protesters explain why they want a second referendum on EU membership.
Once you do it Brexit will become real, but until then you can just stay in denial, journalist Marie Le Conte writes.
Reciprocal scheme in which NHS reimburses cost of treatment will cease under a no-deal Brexit.
Two British pensioners who followed their dream to move to France to be near their daughter have told how the fall of the pound since the referendum has left them hard up and now they cannot afford to stay.