Youth mobility scheme after Brexit won’t fill gaps left by end to free movement

SPECIAL FEATURE: Young Australians on Britain’s Youth Mobility Scheme are the ideal migrant for both the state and employers alike as they take on precarious but skilled jobs in the UK labour market, without the electoral costs of permanent migration.

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How your parents and grandparents can help you get a British passport

The new British citizenship solution is giving some people with British descent renewed hope of obtaining UK nationality through their parents and grandparents.

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Australia’s dangerous obsession with the Anglosphere

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Just as republicans can enjoy the spectacle of a royal wedding without abandoning the idea of an Australian head of state, we need to remind ourselves that Trump is, literally, not our president.

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UK Tier 2 cap on Skilled Worker Visas to be lifted for doctors and nurses

Britain’s Home Office has announced that it will henceforth exclude doctors and nurses from the cap on the Tier 2 Skilled Worker Visa.

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Looking for a different, fun way to see London? Give Monopoly a go

Take your Monopoly piece with you and stay out of jail (down behind Kings Cross, by the way) and keep an eye out for the little man in the top hat.

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Hitting the Peak – District, that is – for a perfect English country romantic getaway

The beautiful Peak District is an ideal place to enjoy some peace and quiet with someone special. With stately homes set against picture perfect rolling hills, lush meadows and leafy forests this is where English romance was born.

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How Britain can remain a soft power superpower after Brexit

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Could it be that the Brexit vote and election of Donald Trump in 2016 diminished the soft power of the UK and US?

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The lost fine art of English tea in downtown London

Tea is supposed to brew before adding milk, however this is London and if the coffee is burnt and bitter you can assume the tea will be scalding and flavourless.

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Hot summer nights: are you ready, London?

Forget about Brexit, Wimbledon, and even the football World Cup; instead for the next three months it will be all about the heatwaves.

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UK Tier 1 Visa available to entrepreneur teams

One of the immigration routes in to the United Kingdom that is often overlooked is the Tier 1 Entrepreneur immigration route that is available to entrepreneur teams.

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Britain looking to Commonwealth relationships in order to forge trading partnerships post-Brexit

As the UK Government looks for alternative trade partners in a post-Brexit world, countries like Australia in the Commonwealth are a good and obvious choice

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Empire of delusion: the sun sets on British imperial credibility

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Today the Commonwealth exists as an organisation in search of a rationale. When this coalition of whimsy meets a hard policy issue, its solidarity falls victim to its diversity, while its breadth of membership can’t deliver real weight and gravitas in the present day.

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Do I belong in the UK more than I belong in Australia?

Had I finally found where I was meant to exist in the world? Did I belong in the UK more than I belong in Australia?

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Tips for a smooth Indefinite Leave to Remain application

When you receive your first UK visa or permit, your Indefinite Leave to Remain application may seem far in the future. However, the preparation for your Indefinite Leave to Remain should start from your first arrival in the UK.

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The things you seriously miss about London after you’re gone

Home is beckoning and you are ready to pack up and leave London. Before you do, think about all the things you’re going to miss about the city and make the most of the time you have left. Or if you are long gone, here’s some reminiscing.

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