Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity

The United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and…


Is it April Fools Day already?

“Formerly secret documents unearthed from the National Archives have showed Britain and France considered a ‘union’ in the 1950s.”

Not only that, but this supposedly happened – after an approach by the then French Prime Minister – only a few months before the Treaty of Rome came in to force, which was to give France more political influence than she had enjoyed in decades. Plus, they expect us to believe that when Britain rejected the idea, France came begging to be allowed to join the Commonwealth. Including adopting the Queen as head of state.

Chinny reckon