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Over 2 million EU nationals are at risk of discrimination in UK aftershock EU court ruling – What happens next?5 min read
A European Court’s ruling on benefits access for some EU nationals could have stark implications for 2.3 million people, including the UK discriminating against them if they have been granted pre-settled status.
Science, in large part, is about helping people see the invisible. What is the use of a perfect forecast if the people it is supposed to warn cannot see the danger they are in?
The European far-right can’t be trusted on its own. What about when it is part of a coalition government?
Tensions over a possible ‘sausage war’ between the UK and EU are brewing. How will leaders solve this Brexit-imposed trade dispute?
The American and French Revolutions are modern history’s most famous examples of popular resistance to paying taxes. But the pitched rhetorical battles over taxation currently being waged in three different countries are nothing like those 18th century transformative struggles.