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Virginia Mantouvalou: EU Citizens as Bargaining Chips

A few days after the referendum on EU membership of the European Union, Theresa May stated that she would not guarantee the rights of EU citizens in the UK. 1,222 more words

Human Rights

EU citizens might get a ‘right to explanation’ about the decisions algorithms make — Fusion

Getty ImagesAlgorithms discriminate. It’s not their fault, they’re strings of math, but people program them. Software used to predict future criminals is biased against blacks. Google Images thinks C.E.O’s are men and shows women listings for lower paying jobs.

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Politics

Holyrood has no Brexit veto, but legislative consent is a two way street.

With the UK prime minister on his way out, and the leader of the opposition disowned by the shadow cabinet,  Nicola Sturgeon is the only leader left standing. 710 more words

About light and beauty: Diary of an EU citizen in the UK (10)

This video is beautiful and about beauty. I’m personally exhausted of hearing perfectly sensible but immensely dry and self-centred economic arguments. I like to think of people and myself as much more than tax payers, income generators, cash cows to serve the national interest of Britain. 55 more words

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O UCU, where art thou? Diary of an EU citizen in the UK (8)

This is not about big money, but about academic jobs and livelihoods. British universities have very early in the referendum campaign publicly expressed their support for the UK… 574 more words

Migration And Mobility

Editorial of May 2016

by Pedro Madeira Froufe, Editor
and Joana Covelo de Abreu, Junior Editor

Competition, Public Procurement and Citizenship

Last 18th April 2016, the transposition deadline for new public procurement Directives passed: Directives 2014/23/EU, 2014/24/EU and 2014/25/EU. 508 more words

EU

Leave or remain? Diary of an EU citizen in the UK

Bitter sweet pre-EU referendum diary by Nando Sigona coming to term as many EU long-term residents in the UK with a referendum in which so much is at stake for them but with no right to vote. 7 more words

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