Pauline Bock writes about France, the Macron presidency, Brexit and EU citizens in the UK. She also happens to be French.
And populists are biding their time to strike.
Europeans are angry, and tired, and finding themselves in situations the government had promised would never happen.
“We do not know what they want, they do not know themselves what they really want.”
London had been the ultimate goal. Now I doubt I will ever move back.
A decade after the financial crash, a show about robbers attacking capitalism at source is captivating audiences.
But the French lofteurs have more pool sex.
The author’s best selling fantasy books tackle complex topics like slavery, gender and sexual violence, in a magical world full of plotting pirates and forgotten dragons.
French ministers are doing the rounds in London to pitch France’s new “attractiveness” to commercial sectors.
Maybe now the French President can work on real alliances instead of PR “friendships”.
“If we stay at home, they say we are submissive. If we speak up and take action, they say that we are not allowed to do so.”