Author: Hadrian Cook

Changing approaches to European Integration: a view from Salisbury

Hadrian Cook

For some light holiday reading I purchased the Guardian on Saturday and the Observer on Sunday after Christmas.  I found it cathartic to move away from the epidemic towards something equally depressing.  I should first vent my frustration because I feel the present tricky position is relevant to all our futures. But don’t worry dear […]

So, what really happens if there’s ‘no deal’?

Hadrian Cook

‘Resilience’ is an interesting word. I am used to hearing it deployed in connection with the climate crisis, particularly as it affects low-lying communities vulnerable to flooding, the word implying a capacity to recover from a catastrophe that may seem intractable due to social, environmental, and economic trauma and stress the crisis may cause. In […]