“Brexit portraits” is a long-term project that finds its roots in the aftermath of the UK membership referendum results. When the news of the end of the partnership between the UK and the EU sparked in the media, reactions across both countries where so extreme that I was surprised nobody tried to capture more closely … Lire la suite Why I chose to interview British citizens about Brexit
Peter is an English sound engineer who has had a home in France since 2005 where he now more permanently lives with his wife. Peter has kept strong ties with his country where most of his family still live. He is employed by his business which he runs with his son, in London and he regularly … Lire la suite #BrexitPortraits – Peter, a British citizen living in France
3 millions de Français vivent actuellement au Royaume-Uni et participent à son rayonnement. L'ombre du Brexit plane désormais sur les opportunités disponibles pour ces expatriés, sur de nombreux plans (mobilité personnelle et professionnelle, mouvement de capitaux privés). Et ce n'est que le début.
“Brexit means Brexit” according to Theresa May the UK Prime Minister and successor to David Cameron. Fine. What a relief after weeks of heated debates considering whether the UK should vote again on the EU referendum... Be it as it may Britain's Prime Minister merely put an end to dead-end debates emerging from British citizens' frustration on … Lire la suite What the hell does Brexit mean?