"Your wife and your wheelbarrow — lend them to no one." - Traditional Luxembourg proverb
I have been closely studying the photographs of the protesters that added to to Boris Johnson's humiliation in Luxembourg yesterday, because let's be clear that most of his problems were self-inflicted. Anyway, I have been unable to spot this blog's Luxembourg correspondent among them. It could be that something in his contract as a European bureaucrat precludes him from leaving his golden throne to take part, although I am sure he's the sort of chap who would find a way round that. In fact, now I think about it, there was something familiar about the grey-haired lady in the striped dress.
|A statesman doesn't turn up|
Virtually every report that I have read about the event states that the Grand Duchy is the EU's smallest country - which it isn't - and neglects to mention that it has the highest GDP per capita - which it does by some way. Who'd have thought the British press could be so ill informed about our European neighbours?
Maybe Boris has gone to die in a ditch somewhere or lay in front of the bulldozers at Heathrow. I'm sure he'll keep his promises.ReplyDelete
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