Euromaidan, literally ‘European Square’, identifies the wave of and in the which began in November 2013 with public protests in , demanding closer . The scope of the protests expanded, with many calls for the resignation of and his . The protests led to the in which at least 82 people were killed, including 13 policemen, and more than 1,100 people were injured. Thwarting a people’s desire to be part of Europe should not be undertaken lightly.
Not that there’ll be blood on the streets in Britain. Nor is there anything resembling a functioning government to be toppled!