Culture & Languages

Top Honeymoon Destinations and their Visa Requirements

Top Honeymoon Destinations and their Visa Requirements
Nikki Martin, April 29, 2019

Choosing a honeymoon destination can be a difficult decision. Many people, when they hear the word honeymoon, automatically think of a sunny destination by the beach (or pool), palm trees swaying in the light breeze, drinking delicious cocktails, while getting a good top up of your Vitamin D.

Here is an outline of some of the world’s top honeymoon destinations and the visa you will be required to obtain, if you choose to visit one of these lovely destinations for your honeymoon...

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The Future of EU Students and Academics in a Post-Brexit Britain

The Future of EU Students and Academics in a Post-Brexit Britain
Josie Smith, January 25, 2019

Brexit: The White Paper on Immigration

It’s 2019, which means only one thing: it’s the ‘Year of Brexit’! With the UK’s exit from the EU due to be initiated in a matter of months without an agreed deal, concerns are mounting about some of the bigger questions for which the government has yet to provide answers. One of the key concerns is the stability of the future for EU students and academics moving to the UK post-Brexit. UK universities are warning the government that the uncertainty of Brexit and the looming possibility of a no-deal could constitute one of the biggest threats ever faced by the sector.

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The Windrush Generation: a cause for immigration reform?

The Windrush Generation: a cause for immigration reform?
Gabriella Vianello, April 24, 2018

Who are the Windrush Generation?

The term ‘Windrush Generation’ has been widely adopted to refer to migrants that entered the UK between 1948 – 1971. Following the aftermath of World War II, families from Jamaica and other various Caribbean countries boarded the passenger liner ‘Empire Windrush’ and journeyed to Tilbury Docks in Essex. This influx of migrants jumpstarted a trend of migration, with more and more individuals travelling to the UK to assist in rebuilding post-war Britain. These migrants were invited by the British government, with the intention that they would help solve the issues surrounding labour shortages at the time; workers were required to rebuild roads, care for the sick and injured, and to assist with other state services as required. With approximately 500 passengers, the Windrush liner therefore offered a substantial opportunity to address workforce issues at the time.

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