An Englishman, Paul West, goes to Brussels to work for a French MEP. There he gets an insider's view of what really goes on in the massive madhouse that is the EU Parliament. With the referendum on the horizon, things are even more hysterical than usual. When the Brexit result comes in, Paul has to make a decision. If he wants to work in Europe, should he apply for a French passport? But can an Englishman really become French? Can he sing the bloodthirsty Marseillaise? Can he even pronounce the word Marseillaise? And as Paul contemplates his own personal Brexit, the whole of Brussels seems to be going into meltdown.
Stephen Clarke—Merde In Europe