Margot Wallstr??m, the EU’s Commissioner for Institutional Relations and Communication, has started blogging. I read her most recent post, which moves from personal notes about the tsunami through a description of the prime-minister of Luxembourg ending with concerns about having put on weight, combined with a comment about how decisions in the EU are made over meals leading to hopes for a good year. I love the blend of personal and traditionally political. (Found through Marie‘s blog – she’s an Aussie in Sweden) (And see also my post a few months back about Kristin Halvorsens blog)

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