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- Free movement in the European Union: East-West migration
- Brexit (UK society, EU citizens in the UK & British citizens in the EU)
- Distinctiveness of Scotland in the context of Brexit
- ‘Migrants matter to cities’: Polish migrants in the East End of Glasgow