Thoughts and considerations after Brexit

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“We are not that sort of country” a minister said this week in objecting wearing a mask whilst COVID infections continue to rise everywhere. Yes we are not because we have given up. This country has given up having a… Continue Reading →

Gone for good?

The only question about EU citizens is to which extent they left already. And it depends on their personal circumstances including relationships, profession and assets. Some regrettably had to do it: they may have lost their jobs during pandemic or… Continue Reading →

The will of the turkeys

The will of the turkeys

Coffee anyone?

How can it be that all the countries in Europe have Covid, all the countries have the app based on the same iOS/Android framework and all the countries have fruit and vegetables on the shelves apart Britannia? Wake up people… Continue Reading →


A friend of mine sent a small parcel to the UK in the New Year. They did not even tell her that since the UK has left the EU now it is treated as a third country and therefore a… Continue Reading →

Have your fishcake and eat it

It beggars belief but some fisherman are starting to realize what exiting the EU customs union really meant for their business. You may have 25% more fish if you believe Johnson but then you have also new health certificates, customs… Continue Reading →

Today is the day

At midnight this evening we say goodbye to a not so memorable year. One hour earlier we say goodbye to a part of our history that started decades ago and, on a personal basis, allowed me like many others to… Continue Reading →

You won it. You own it

I can understand why a majority would like at this point to move on and support voting the deal between EU and UK. This is not even the issue at this stage in my view because you are not going… Continue Reading →

Cultural vandalism

The most worrying aspect of the so called trade deal just signed between UK and EU is the decision not to be part of the Erasmus program. I bet this was a straightforward decision, a crucial one revealing the real… Continue Reading →

Hypocrites Even after two years and all the mess there are plenty of British immigrants in Spain complaining about their rights and their future. And yet supporting #brexit. The discussion will not move forward until mainstream media and politicians will… Continue Reading →

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