“Papers, please” cannot return

The coronavirus lockdown drags on, yet only a few fringe fanatics (and France, but I repeat myself) support continuing complete shutdowns of the world’s economies. However, even those countries that have opted to end forced quarantines still present a range of worrying responses. One of these ongoing debates surrounds the so-called “Corona apps,” with which […]

The worrying acceptance of tracking our phones

“Corona apps” are coming to Europe, to help governments in “trace and track” efforts to manage their coronavirus response. Tracking apps were already widespread in some Asian countries before the now but privacy rights have largely discouraged their adoption in the West. Even in the face of a global pandemic, we shouldn’t rush to discard […]

[Reportage] Marc Angel iwwer Ungarn-Vote : “Bal wéi een Ermächtegungsgesetz”

Dëse Reportage ass fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert ginn a gouf den 1. Abrëll iwwerdroen. An engem Vote e Méindeg huet dat ungarescht Parlament dem Premierminister Viktor Orban d’Recht ginn per Dekret ze regéieren. Mënscherechtsaktivisten an Europaparlamentarier hunn dowéinst Alarm geschloen.   Während aner europäesch Länner hieren Etat d’urgence op eng gewëssen Dauer verlängeren, huet […]

Quoted by JustFood

JustFood quoted me on the legalisation of cannabis in Luxembourg. Click down below to read the full article, or find it on their website.

Quoted by JustDrinks

JustDrinks quoted me on the legalisation of cannabis in Luxembourg. Click down below to read the full article, or find it on their website.

Quoted by ADUC

I was quoted by the Italien website ADUC on the issue of cannabis legalisation in Luxembourg, which was recently announced by the new government. Click down below to read the full quote, or find it on their website.

Cannabis legalisation needs to be applauded

The incoming government has announced it: recreational cannabis will be made legal in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The significance of this is massive, since Luxembourg will be the first country in Europe which legalises the product, after countries such as Portugal, the Netherlands, or the Czech Republic either decriminalised it or just tolerate it.