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There's a job opening at my local university if you're interested. You'd be able to teach EU law in English. Because it's a part-time position you would have time to spare to learn Dutch to open up more career opportunities in the future. Not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for, but there are many more to choose from. Here's the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service's website for more information on coming to the Netherlands as a UK citizen. I hope this helps. Feel free to PM me if there's more you'd like to know that goes beyond the topic of this thread.
Thanks Pax . I really appreciate it. In fact, The Netherlands is one of the countries that I am keeping an eye on because the universities there do deliver some degrees in English and British students used to attend quite a few Dutch universities prior to Brexit to avoid paying the ridiculous fees that they have to pay over here. That particular job is not one I can do (I know nothing about law), but I am certainly looking out for Political Science/Politics posts abroad.
In further Brexit developments, the French Government has come out and stated what I suspect Macron's inner circle has been thinking for some time: Perfidious Albion: why French faith in Boris Johnson has nosedived | Brexit |. France and the UK have had many diplomatic disputes in the past, most notably over the war in Iraq earlier this century, and repeatedly over reforming CAP in the EU, but this is going to a much higher level. This is damning stuff and the criticisms of Johnson are entirely justified.
Outgoing Lord David Puttnam sums up the state of the UK post-Brexit: David Puttnam hits out at government as he quits House of Lords | House of Lords. His analysis is spot on and combined with Brexit polarisation continuing to divide the country, the picture looks very bleak.