Ian Cowley: Proud to be an immigrant, not an expat
Ian Cowley, who currently lives in the Basque Country, addresses the hypocrisy in language around Brexit
WITHIN the Brexit debate there are two related issues that really stand out for me.
Firstly, the insistence of the mainstream British media in referring to UK nationals who live in EU countries as expats, while EU nationals who live in the UK are called migrants.
Ian Cowley: Dear Theresa May, when are you going to guarantee our rights to continue to live and work in the EU?
Ian Cowley, who currently lives in the Basque Country, says UK nationals desperately need some clarity on their post-Brexit rights
IN the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum I reflected on my disappointment and sadness at how the result could affect the opportunities of future generations of Scots to live and work in the EU.
Ian Cowley: Brexit - the view of a Scot living in the EU
Ian Cowley, who currently lives in the Basque Country, says Scotland must unite to keep its place in Europe
I GREW up in Scotland in the 1980s and 1990s seeing first-hand how the policies of Margaret Thatcher’s Tory government destroyed families, communities, towns and cities.
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