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The true citizens of nowhere
Citizenship isn't belonging to one nation or a few. It's giving up a bit of the self for the collective.
New travel rules: Brits can go play around the world... but the world is not welcome here
Only those vaccinated by the NHS will be spared quarantine in England. Changes once again fall short for transnational families.
Are travel restrictions commensurate with the public health risk? Or are they a mildly xenophobic bit of security theatre?
The post-Brexit immigration scheme ends in a month. Its flaws could show up in a decade.
Here are all the ways the EU Settlement Scheme could be a slow-motion crash. (It may well not be. We just won't know for a while.)
More than half of Covid-19 vaccines administered so far have been in high-income countries, which account for just 15% of the world population. Four out of five doses are purchased outside COVAX, the UN-backed procurement scheme that had attempted to set up fair and equal access for all countries. The
The UK is reopening, but not transnational families. Visiting friends or relatives abroad is the second most frequent reason for foreign travel. It's about one in four trips out of the UK, twice the volume of business travel. Travel restrictions have reduced these trips to a trickle. For millions who