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Brexit Brits Abroad

Oct 6, 2017

For our tenth episode of the series, we thought we would do something a bit different and start bringing in some of the voices of the Britons who have made their homes in the EU27, highlighting the diverse backgrounds and experiences of this population. In this episode, Michaela talks to Paul Hughes, who traded Swindon...


Sep 22, 2017

Do you consider yourself an expatriate or a migrant? Neither term is neutral, carrying considerable baggage. In this episode, Michaela is joined in the studio by Dr Sophie Cranston, who has conducted research with Britons living in Singapore. Through their discussion, they consider further how Britons living...


Sep 8, 2017

In this episode, Michaela catches up with Dr. Joel Busher about his research with Britons living in Majorca. Focussed on Brexit as an ongoing and drawn out process, they discuss how these migrants make sense of Brexit in the context of their lives, how they manage talking politics in their daily lives with other...


Aug 25, 2017

In this episode, Michaela invites Dr. Nando Sigona onto the podcast to talk about the issues that Brexit raises for EU27 citizens and their families living in the United Kingdom.

As he highlights, beyond the headlines about citizens rights and the legal status of these families, Brexit marks changes to the politics of...


Aug 11, 2017

This episode reports on Michaela’s recent trip to Lot to talk about Brexit with the Britons who have made this corner of rural France their homes. In conversation with Dr. Katie Higgins (Keele University) who joins us in the studio as a guest presenter, Michaela talk about what Brexit means to these Britons;...