Yes, yes, and wine too, of course. But let’s have a look at the news first.
Greetings, citizens. It’s (almost) all about immigration this week, a.k.a. the subject that keeps on giving.
Citizens of Europe, I despair of you. Well, some of you. The results of the elections for the European Parliament have not been wholly surprising, but the extent of anti-EU feeling across the continent is disheartening. Let’s have a look.
Citizens, I missed you! Sara did a great job while I was busy having fun — but at least I was having good, clean European fun. Germany was sunny, and the news was… boring. Not much happening over there, so let’s look east, which is where the real news is.
You thought that would read “Putin,” didn’t you? But no, citizens, this week seems to be all about Poland, God knows why. Let’s get to it.
Greetings, citizens! While nothing major has happened this past week, there are so many curious behind-the-scenes developments that I’m starting to suspect Europe might just be losing it. But onwards and upwards, friends, and let’s make the best of this:
Welcome to the Persephone ESC Countdown! Today we’ll be visiting Estonia and Finland.
This week, Spanish police discovered hundreds of pounds of explosives and bomb making equipment, Armenia sets its sights on turning out the best chess players ever, and a Finnish poll shows a number of disturbing trends. We also have royal business, opinions on how France’s veil ban ties into recent revolutions, and a Danish Elvis fan who took things […]
Another week, another Euro Roundup. This week, Germany and Italy are discussing the future of atomic power plants, Atlantis was apparently found in Spain and thousands of people protest in Portugal.