A Christian future for liberalism?
(3 minute read) Michael Kirke puts the alliance between religion and right-wing politics under the microscope.
Spain’s fragile memory
(7 minute read) Maddy Fry finds modern Spain is still tip-toeing around the history of its bloody civil war.
A tale of two Canalettos
(4 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst reveals the tricks of one of Europe’s great painters and the genius of his lesser-known nephew.
Migrants turned into political weapons
(4 minute read) The suffering of migrants in Poland highlights the horror of human trafficking and its use as a weapon of political destabilisation. Concepción Lozano reports.
Europe’s last dictatorship
(5 minute read) Maddy Fry shines a spotlight on the brutal reality of life inside Belarus.
Magna Carta – a very modern charter
(6 minute read) Edward Kendall finds surprisingly relevant lessons from one of Europe’s greatest historical documents.
Food, faith and family
(4 minute read) Giovanna Eusebi reveals how to value food and make it a priceless bond in relationships.
Navigating the post-Brexit world
(6 minute read) A French national living in the UK opens her heart about the challenges and opportunities of living in Britain after Brexit.
Trapped by the floods in Germany
(4 minute read) José Santos, a Portuguese doctor, recounts his dramatic experience during the recent floods in Germany.
“I think more about what I can do than my limitations”
(5 minute read) Xavi Argemí is a young man who needs 24/7 attention. He can’t walk or do the normal things other young people do. But he wants the world to know how happy he is.