Three journalists give us the skinny on how to cover every single day the most complicated and continuing story of our times. Who said what, what they meant, what they didn’t say, and why it might not matter for another 50 years. Or how it might bring down reputations, governments and economies. Adler is the BBC’s Europe Editor, based in Brussels. Crace writes the Westminster parliamentary sketch for the Guardian. Jenkins, is a former editor of The Times, and now a columnist, whose new book is Europe, A Short History.