As Italy’s banks creak under European Union stress tests, the word of the week is:
When a country with a rich history can’t keep up with the modern economic demands of a club.
“After Brexit, it’ll be Quitaly and Frexit.”
“We build the roads to this fricking place, but now we have to quitaly.”
“I just looked at my bank balance. It made me want to quitaly.”
Articles to read if you’re worried about a quitaly:
- How Italians are keeping priceless artefacts out of private hands
- Rome’s new mayor is leading a normality revolution
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