Jack Varley reflects on the dubious disappearance of the European diplomat.
On the 4th October, New Caledonians faced the independence referendum in which they had the possibility to decide whether they would still prefer to be a part of France or be able to manage the […]
To many of us, Brexit will now seem like a simpler time. Though it was a seemingly never-ending period of disappointment and catastrophe, at least, for me, the current global pandemic seems to have put […]
The Almeria province in Spain produces around 3.5 million tonnes of fruit and vegetables per year, with over half of this being exported. The region has been branded ‘sea of plastic’ due to the abundance […]
After cancelling the annual performance competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest are considering an ‘alternative’ show. The 2020 contest would have seen performers from 41 countries gather with 16,000 […]
NUS (National Union of Students) have launched a new campaign to help save the Erasmus programme, which faces an uncertain future now that the UK has officially left the European Union. Initially founded in 1987, […]
A 5-1 defeat to Manchester City in late October looked to have heralded the end of Atalanta’s Champions League debut season. Following the loss in Manchester their group stage record read: played three and lost […]
Christmas is soon approaching and markets are aplenty. Fancy a few days away for baked goods, a little mulled wine and some gift buying, but not sure which city is right for you? I’ve put […]
Asha Hipperson gives her top European weekend getaways on a budget.
Image Credit- ghanasoccernet.com In recent years, many smaller teams have risen up the international football ladder. Costa Rica impressed in the 2014 World Cup, beating Luis Suarez led Uruguay 3-1, and maintaining a 0-0 draw […]
Of the European cities I visited this summer during my interrailing trip, Prague was my favourite, as its beauty lies in its old buildings and cobbled streets. It has not succumbed to the modern tourists’ […]
It has been thirteen years since Merkel’s first chancellorship began, and in that time, she has established herself as one of the greatest Chancellors in post-war Germany. Commanding the same respect endowed to the CDU […]