UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s conference speech on 5 October signalled a “Hard Brexit”, including an end to free movement of people between the United Kingdom and the European Union, is reminiscent of the total break with history adopted by revolutionary movements in the past. Nicholas Campion* The […]
Arkadiusz Jóźwik was a Polish man, murdered in Essex, in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. Besides the tragedy which has overcome his family, the death also exemplified the pall of xenophobia which overtook the United Kingdom after the referendum. Steve Latham Immediately afterwards, racist attacks and hate […]
Today, Bolivia is a country with the smallest area of coca farming in the world. Since Bolivia expelled the United States’ Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), substantial progress on the fight against drug-trafficking has been made in an effort highlighted by the UN and the European Union. The White House won’t acknowledge this.
Britain’s exit from the European Union has dealt a great blow to the immigration and residence status of Latin American women who have a European passport, as they do not have guaranteed permanent residence. Salma Claussnitzer On the 27th of June, the day after the Brexit result, the […]
The questions that began to emerge on the 23rd of June 2016, when the United Kingdom decided to withdraw from being part of the European Union, are many. We get together with a lawyer to provide answers to the most common and important ones. Manuel Padilla* As a […]