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Freedom of Movement 24 - Warsaw

Dr Julia Kubisa, Sociologist, and departmental Erasmus co-ordinator, University of Warsaw.
“It’s really upsetting: there are so many things that will be lost, but we won’t be able to measure what’s lost because there are no easily recordable indicators of these things.”


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Freedom of Movement 10 - Riga.

“I want my children to have dual nationality; I want us to be able to travel as a family, to Yorkshire, where I grew up, and back here to Latvia - where they were born - without any problems.”

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Freedom of Movement 9 - Utrecht.

Giles Brodie. Utrecht, Netherlands.
”Dad’s told me I should get a Dutch passport: I’ve never thought about it before. I’ve never needed to. I’ve been everywhere in Europe on a UK passport. That’s going to disappear.”

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Freedom of Movement 8 - Koblenz.

Selena and Frank, Koblenz.
”For ages I was asking this man in Dover for a coffee, and he was just staring at me, blankly. Frank pointed out that I was asking for coffee in German. I hadn’t realised. It happens a fair bit.”

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Freedom of Movement 7 - Luxembourg.

“My father always tells the same jokes. Bratislava is right on the border between Slovakia - Czechoslovakia as it was then - and Austria. Back in the communist days, every time we passed the road to Vienna from Bratislava, he would point and say “That’s the road to freedom”.
Everyone who grew up in The West takes for granted something that we dreamed of and fought for.

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