Monthly Archives: September 2019

#InLimboVoices

…are Mini-Testimonies we share almost daily on Twitter and Facebook. We have asked thousands of EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the EU to tell us how the referendum has affected them. These are their Voices – … Continue reading

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Land of the lonely trees…

That is how I called it, the land that I fell in love with when I was 16 years old. From the first day of my exchange student summer I knew that one day I would live here. It was … Continue reading

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What breaks us…

We moved to retire somewhere with clean air, slower pace of life and a strong community and so we moved to the beautiful hills of the Sybelline national park in Italy in 2013, bought a home and found a community … Continue reading

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The Other…

Today I’m travelling to Liverpool. In September 1976, I travelled by train to Liverpool for the first time to start a course in Occupational Therapy. It was the start of my life in the UK, the start of something new. … Continue reading

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Thoughts…

I would like to share a conversation I had at work last Sunday. I have worked in the NHS for over 20 years now. I am Spanish, and, with sadness in my heart, obtained British citizenship around a year ago … Continue reading

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