"LONDON. Two months remain before the Uk leaves the EU. With or without the agreement."
"Swedish Sandra, 29, has not a clue she can continue to work in London or not."
"– The constant uncertainty is frustrating, but has become almost normal for me."
"A fate that she shares with about 100 000 other swedes and three million EU citizens living in the Uk. Right now, a british crash out of the EU out to be a very realistic option."
"A law forcing the british to leave march 29. Should it be changed, politicians have to take a different decision."
""I have lived in London for nine years but I am still not sure that I can stay," she says when we meet over a cup of coffee at a café near her work among the exclusive architect-designed skyscrapers that stretches up towards the rain heavy sky in the City of London."
"A construction just outside makes her have to raise my voice to be heard."
"Sandra, it is a bit of an irony that she moved back to the Uk shortly after the referendum on brexit."
"– Then I thought that everything would resolve itself. That would come to an agreement with the EU that would do the most work as usual. Now it has been over two years and I still don't know more than I knew then. I am trying to accustom myself to the idea that it's probably not going to be as good."
"Had Sandra not moved to Sydney and Singapore during the two years she had been able to apply for british citizenship."
"Just the uncertainty think Sandra is the worst of all."
" it– It's very frustrating when the decisions about what should happen all the time is moved forward. So many times I have thought that there would come a final decision. To end can almost not bother. It happens happens."
"Uncertainty is not just about the job and the opportunity to stay here."
"– because of brexit is the real estate market in London is very uncertain. I live together with my sister and we own the apartment but do not know if we can sell it or buy something else. I am afraid that the prices will collapse. To the pound collapsed so much has affected my finances."
"Sandra's talk in skåne, with a unique accent. Probably a result of all the years abroad."
"the Job is actually that she is at least worried about."
" I think that there are companies that are willing to sponsor a work visa for me. It is worse for all the swedes who are recent graduates and want to work here. They will no longer be as attractive to the uk labour market."
"She takes a big sip of her chai latte and fix the thin jacket she is wearing over a black dress with black pumps. You work in the City of London it is important to be well-dressed."
"today's Sandra Hoac for a large uk insurance companies strategies and leadership. But she is no stranger to change. Not to move from the Uk."
"– Brexit is well a part of it but I don't know if I want to stay there. Secondly, I don't like the weather, and partly I already know that I'm capable to work in other countries."
"Sandra knows the people who have already moved from the Uk because of all the uncertainty surrounding brexit."
"– Many EU citizens working in the bank has been forced to move to countries in Europe. The banks must have the foresight. They can't wait to see what happens with brexit."
"The young swede is not particularly impressed by the british politicians' handling of the brexitprocessen."
" I think they could handled it better. At the same time, some of them being placed in difficult situations. But given that it's been 2.5 years since the vote and no one knows anything for sure, I am disappointed.nMest upset she is over how the referendum went.n– Horrible to so many campaigns brought to the voters misled with false promises of how great everything would be with brexit. Now we know that there was much that did not."
"Sandra, do not believe that the british will leave the 29 march."
"– But on the other hand, I didn't believe either that they would vote for brexit, " she laughs."
"Sandra, assuming that the departure is postponed because of the time constraints that prevail. A little bit of hope she still on that there will be a second referendum."
"– But even if the british would vote to stay in the EU would never agree to go back to the way it was before brexitomröstningen. The friction between the citizens who think different will remain. There are so many who do not like the EU. The uk is not the same country as before the summer of 2016."
"When I ask if she thinks that she is remaining in London for a year think Sandra for the first time during the interview for a long moment before she responds."
"I don't know, actually," she says finally with a deep sigh. I have not decided. There is so much that comes into play."