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Monthly Archives: February 2019

What the Poles think of Brexit

Poland’s attitude towards Britain might be characterised as largely affectionate – but with an edge. Brexit is not helping. The wartime alliance is…

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A view of Brexit from Germany

It might be thought that In the days after the Brexit vote, the Germans must be positively swimming in schadenfreude, after we had…

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A Czech view of Brexit

Anglophilia is big in Prague: there's a square named after Winston Churchill, a bunch of English-language bookshops and several branches of Marks &…

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What the French think of Brexit

One French commentator called Brexit a “national psychodrama” – and, another put it as, “un big mess”. Many French people are addressing Britons…

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A Spanish view of Brexit

Spain is pretty much occupied with its own domestic issues – the trial of Catalan independence leaders and the sudden eruption of the…

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A view of Brexit from the Netherlands

Of all the European countries, I’d imagine the Dutch are the nation that most likes and admires the Brits. Over 80% of them…

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A view of Brexit from Ireland

It was a young business professional, near the Dublin offices of Facebook and Google, who, when being interviewed about Brexit’s potential impact on…

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The ties that bind

According to Oxford University, all societies are held together by seven universal moral rules. Many western cultures may seem to be moving towards…

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Eye off the environmental ball

Part of me wants to smash it all up. I want to see the British bubble burst: the imperial nostalgia, the groundless belief…

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Decisions, decisions…

Sometimes women have a baby and then, after a while, they return to work. If, for example, a woman takes a year off…

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