Since the referendum we’ve seen an unprecedented rise in hate crimes. Communities are divided, migrants are no longer sure they’re welcome and families now live in fear of being ripped apart as EU citizens who have married or put down roots face an uncertain future.
Police chiefs record 35% hate crimes spike around Brexit poll
Figures peaked the week after referendum, with another spike following the Bastille Day attack in Nice
“Young people learning languages won’t have the chances I had”
A translator who owes her career to the EU fears that others will find it harder to follow in her footsteps
“I don’t want my children limited to one tiny island”
One family's European interludes have become part of its identity
Registering EU nationals in UK ‘could take 140 years’
Dealing with residence using existing procedure could take well over a century
Snapshot of Britain: #PostRefRacism
After the poll, Twitter became a forum for sharing experiences of hate crimes
Hospital warns of risk to sick children
Great Ormond Street stands to lose millions in EU funding if the UK leaves
Dover chaos: a foretaste of Brexit?
'It's a growing concern for drivers who up until now have enjoyed the freedom of driving across Europe'
Hate soars: a violent mood
You don't need to be a migrant or a member of a minority community to feel unsafe in the rising tide of hate: one woman...
Hate soars: Islamophobia
In the spike of hate crimes since the referendum, Muslims seem to have been a particular target. There is very little Muslim immigration from the EU,...