Someone said that EU citizens living in the UK did not care about citizens’ rights until it personally affected them. Since I have heard this charge of narrow self-interest before (the “Oh now you care” charge), let me respond in this piece. [Read now...]
The current narrative is “We live in a very divided Britain.” The truth is: it is all part of a strategy where media, politicians and social media combined their efforts to create a smoke-screen to cover their hidden agenda on Brexit, Windrush, immigration, money and power... [Read now...]
Brexit has nurtured the existence of nationalism in the UK’s politics. While one side wishes to return to an imperial Britain ruling the waves, the other believes in a subtle image of a tolerant Britain that never really was. Both are wrong. [Read now...]
The former Conservative MP who joined the newly-formed Independent Group believes Theresa May has a personal issue with immigration, which explains her hard stance on Brexit and especially Freedom of Movement. [Read now...]
The impact of the Windrush scandal and Amber Rudd’s resignation on Theresa May’s everlasting Brexit struggle. [Read now...]
How the Windrush generation came to be seen as “good immigrants” — The complex dynamics of racialisation and Brexit.
A piece on race and the Windrush immigration in which I argue that the narrative that Windrush British citizens were invited to build Britain is not only wrong, but fits a xenophobic narrative. They were not guests, but citizens exercising freedom of movement. [Read now...]