- Germany’s deep-rooted obsession with saving – a brief history
An exhibition in Berlin shows the historical roots of German morality when it comes to being financially prudent and the country’s attitude towards European policies and its partners.
26th May 2018
- Europe Day in Germany and the UK: women call for action
This year, for the first time, celebrations for Europe's Day took on a different theme. A group of women gathered in Berlin and another event is planned in London to call for more gender equality in Europe.
11th May 2018
- Campaigners prepare legal action against new data protection bill
The new UK Data Protection Bill includes an exemption that will allow state bodies and other organisations to use people’s data without them being aware nor having access to it if it is a matter of “effective immigration control”. Campaigners are preparing legal action against these measures.
10th May 2018
- Do you have to learn a language as a child to become fully proficient?
It is a common belief that you have to learn a language from early childhood to be fully proficient in it. True, the age at which a language is learnt matters. But adulthood does not need to be a barrier to language learning.
8th May 2018
- House of Lords committee slams UK citizenship procedure
A House of Lords committee has criticised the procedure to obtain UK citizenship, saying that from costs to tests, those who wish to naturalise British face “particularly steep” barriers.
2nd May 2018
- How settled status should work according to the European parliament
Members of the European parliament wrote to the UK Home Secretary making recommendations on how the planned system to register the 3.5 million EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit should work.
1st May 2018
- Settled status, a difficult task for precarious workers
For EU nationals with precarious jobs in the UK, proving the right to live and work in the country after Brexit might be problematic, according to the Work Rights Centre.
25th April 2018
- How to avoid a replica of the Windrush scandal for EU citizens in UK
In the UK by right, the "Windrush generation" of Commonwealth citizens have seen their status changing over the years. Could the same happen to EU nationals in the future?
22nd April 2018
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