A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved Jenny May Medlicott, Foreign Correspondent, examines the way in which European countries are cooperating through the Coronavirus pandemic. Before Europe officially became the epicentre for the Coronavirus, Italy was the first country to bear the brunt of its steady spread across Europe. In early March, a poll carried […]
What Does Sinn Fein’s Election Upset Mean For Ireland, For Britain- And For Europe?
Sinn Fein, the left-wing republican party, won the largest number of first-preference votes overall – nonetheless, it’s clear that voters have expressed great discontent with the state of affairs in the Republic. But how will this impact the Brexit process?
Georgia Shepherd gives us a detailed run-down of the recent events in the Brexit debacle.
Macron’s Start-up Nation: The cloud hanging over France
With Britain tormented by its decision to leave the European Union, France waits, anticipating Brexit’s fall-out whilst also fantasising over a society full of unicorns. Emmanuel Macron’s pledge in June 2017 to make France a ‘start-up nation’ follows the growing trend of startup creation around Europe, and the appetite to produce startup companies valued at […]
Emmanuel Macron: A Centrist Myth?
Last April, France elected their youngest leader since Napoleon, Emmanuel Macron. A year on, the President of the Republic’s popularity is waning as his approval ratings continue to fall. Some critics say Macron’s centrist platform is a fallacy and correlate his actions, perceived to be far from centrist, to be the reason why. However, the […]