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Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit

Mapping social science research on Brexit and migration

3 articles covering the non-EU population

The Anxiety of Political Uncertainty: Insights from the Brexit Vote
Anxiety is driven by cognitive uncertainty, and large political events can change levels of uncertainty in a nation's population, including among individuals in migrant groups.
A Gendered EU Settlement Scheme: Intersectional Oppression of Immigrant Women in a Post-Brexit Britain *
The EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) is a transitory immigration regime rolled out by the Home Office as part of the measures for the UK withdrawing from the EU. More can be said about whether the EUSS can truly be hailed an overall “success”, as per official Government messaging…
Living in a hostile country: the 'Migrant' and 'Unbelonging' in contemporary Brexit literature
This article will assess the situation of migrant 'others' in Britain post-Brexit. It will develop my established research interests in the situation of EU citizens in the UK in a new direction by looking at the impact Brexit has had on non-EU citizens living in the UK.