I have never been a fan of the bureaucracy and the bureaucrats that come along with being a member of the European Union. Brussels always has very important things to do like banning bananas with “malformations and abnormal curvature”, and finding no evidence to suggest that drinking water prevents dehydration. These and other similar legislation take years to draft, which is little surprise if you take a look at the organisational structure of the European Union. I suggest you don’t; you’ll go crazy in a matter of minutes. Now, this is all funny when it comes to the aforementioned ridiculous directives, but it’s really not when there is trouble to deal with. It’s been nearly two years since the migrant crisis began and the best the politicians seem to be able to come up with is proposing to expel Hungary from the EU. On Tuesday Luxembourg foreign minister Jean Asselborn told Germany’s Die Welt that the EU could not maintain its unity unless the community excluded Hungary, a country that had seriously violated European values by building a fence against refugees of war. Here’s the thing though: since Hungary’s much-criticised construction of the fence, a number of other countries have done the same thing. So I guess they should be expelled as well. Or maybe, just maybe, instead of spending all day coming up with names for those disagreeing with them, Asselborn and his buddies should start to think about a permanent solution to what is perhaps the biggest challenge the EU has had to face since its existence.