Tanja Bueltmann is a citizens’ rights campaigner and believes that the UK’s place should be at the heart of the EU.
An EU citizen herself, Tanja, like the 3.7 million EU citizens who made the UK their home, is immediately affected by Brexit and by the upheavals it has brought – for both EU citizens in the UK, and Britons in EU countries. For her, for all 5 million lives immediately caught up in Brexit, for all our families, Brexit is intensely personal.
22 January 2020 | 1 hr 43 mins
As we head into the final week of the UK's EU membership, we discuss Steve's album 'One Thousand Days', the challenges which EU citizens in the UK continue to face, and how one can help the other.
29 May 2019 | 1 hr 22 mins
brexit, eu, eu citizens, eu politics, european elections, freedom of movement
Chris and Tanja are joined by Axel Antoni of the 3 Million to discuss the disenfranchisement of many EU citizens in last week's European election.
17 January 2019 | 1 hr 22 mins
brexit, citizens rights, eu, referendum, uk politics, withdrawal agreement
Discussing confidence votes, citizens' rights, and being German in the UK, with Tanja Bültmann.
4 October 2018 | 1 hr 46 mins
brexit, citizens rights, conservative party, eu, eu politics, free movement, history, tory party, uk politics
Tanja Bueltmann joins us as co-host to discuss citizens' rights and the Tory conference. Expletives abound!