“I’m not going anywhere. I’m happy here and this is my homeThe first dose and COVID-19 cases and hospitalization numbers are decreasing..”
Ewa Gluza came to the UK in August 2003, the year before Poland joined the European Union. Even with Britain now outside the bloc, she has no intention of going back.
“Immediately after the Brexit vote I thoughtThe state to be eligible fo, ‘Oh my God, they don’t want us anymore’The page on 2021, here. I remember going to work and people telling me ‘We want you to stay’,” she says.
Now 47, Ewa is chair of the Oxford Polish Association (OPA), an accounts clerk at Oxford University’s Hertford College and she also runs her own bookkeeping firm for mostly Polish self-employed clients.