Brilliantly witty and full of irreverent fun, this is a tongue-in-cheek look at Europe by leading cartoonist Kipper Williams, whose work regularly appears in the Guardian and The Spectator.
From Brussels red tape to tax-dodging corporations, from batty nationalists to plotting Europhiles, from Mrs Merkel to Her Majesty: Kipper Williams finds all the ingredients for comedy in the great Euro debate.
He covers international events (Greece's financial troubles, the refugee crisis) and more local issues (the PM's rivalry with Boris Johnson and, of course, the 2016 referendum on Brexit), not to mention the more bizarre and ludicrous sides of the EU and British attitudes to our neighbours across the Channel.
Kipper studied at Leeds University and the Royal College of Art. He exhibits at the Chris Beetles Gallery in London and the London Cartoon Museum. Collectors of his work include Tina Turner and Jeremy Paxman. A full-time cartoonist since the 1970s, he lives and works in central London.