James Crisp has Boris Johnson’s old job in Brussels covering EU affairs for The Daily Telegraph.
Crisp often writes with that jaundiced eye on the European project you’d expect from a correspondent on a venerable Conservative UK newspaper.
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But Crisp continues to command respect for sharp and informed questioning of EU authorities.
This episode starts with James recalling a family trip to Mini-Europe, a theme park featuring scale models of landmarks and heritage sites from each EU member state.
Mini-Europe’s founder Thierry Meeùs has cordoned off the British exhibits — in deference to Brexit of course.