My prediction that Brexit would be used to attempt a federalist constitutionalist putsch has come true
Most Europeans, including myself, wish the EU to be a partnership of independent sovereign states
Whatever the outcomes in today’s Italian referendum and the Austrian election for president, there is a sense of restlessness and unease abroad in the western democracies.
It can be argued that the Italian referendum is not of any inherent international significance, save for the fact that Matteo Renzi, the master of silly political gestures, indicated that he would resign if he was defeated. That crude piece of theatrics was, we presume, to try...
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Private rental sector remains strong despite Covid-19
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