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Posts Tagged: Citizenship
It also allows teenagers to develop a sense of adventure and independence – making them more employable and better citizens.
I live and work in Spain. My fiancée is an EU citizen. Each of our futures, and our shared plans, are now tangled in a Brexit waiting game.
Binita Mehta-Parmar: Javid has a crucial opportunity to improve the Government’s standing among BME voters
He is uniquely placed to start to rebuild trust – and that task is essential to our Party’s future.
“Are you seriously saying we should not have a system that checks whether people are legitimately in this country?” our Executive Editor asks the Guardian columnist.
Daniel Hannan: Like the Windrush children, EU nationals raised here have a moral right to UK citizenship
We must oppose illegal immigration. But making life harder for legitimate residents helps nobody.
Is the Home Office blunderingly incompetent, or deliberately obstructive? Bad news: it’s a combination of both.
One or the other would be easier to solve – and politically helpful to at least somebody. As it is, our immigration system exhibits the worst of both worlds.
WATCH: The Prime Minister’s Windrush apology – “We are genuinely sorry”, she tells Caribbean leaders
“The Windrush generation helped to build the country we are today. I want to dispel any impression that my Government is clamping down on Commonwealth citizens.”
Sunder Katwala: The immigration debate didn’t end with the referendum – it’s only just beginning in earnest
Discussion of immigration is often dominated by those who are entirely ‘pro’ or ‘anti’, but most people are somewhere in between.
The negotiations are complicated and deeply technical, but in the end they are about people – and I am determine that we will put people first.”
Rebecca Lowe Coulson: Unfashionable and derided it may be, but the concept of citizenship still matters
It’s notable that criticism of it, and of nationhood, typically comes from the privileged, within the most economically and politically secure nations.