As we shuffle closer to Brexit, the incompetence builds. On the back of developing a crucial citizenship app that half the population can’t use, I suspect it might be deliberate.
Uncovered by correspondents, a global war rattles on. A clash authored in Washington, with the ultimate goal of remaking the world.
The idealised Britain of ancient literature clashes with the realities of modern one, a schism wonderfully kept within the walls of German supermarket Lidl, who urge us to “Buy British”.
With the Brit parliament currently debating the particulars of the Brexit, there’s still the matter of the EU looking to bandage the cuts of those who voted against it.
Boris Johnson’s post-coital face at his victory conference said it all. The act completed, enacted by democracy. Britain is out of the EU. But, where to from here?
Historical amnesia and the vestiges of imperialism are the main arguments for the Brexit from the EU, but would a split induce more financial, and diplomatic, hardship?
Multiculturalism, Max Walden explains, is the main wall that separates Australia from the European Union.