Shenanigans?

The word ‘shenanigans’ was mentioned a lot last week, usually with the word ‘political’ placed before it. But isn’t it rather whimsical to describe the current situation in parliament as ‘political shenanigans’ when the outcome is more serious that this word suggests? The dictionary definition; tricks, pranks, nonsense, […]

A Brexit bridge too far?

Europa United would like to welcome Patrica Del Pino Roman to our team. Based in Spain, Patricia is an educationalist and writer with British/Spanish heritage. Patrica is passionate about Europe and intercultural understanding. In her first piece for Europa United, Patrica asks if Mrs. May has reached the […]

The rise and fall of empire

Brian Milne is in charge of this potted (or potty) history of how England made enemies, nearly made friends, lost them, lost their way and now has lost it.   2019 is the year of Brexit. There is an increasingly slim chance it may not happen except that the […]