Euro not alone

24th August 2007 at 01:00
A Scottish visitor to the Euro Parliament in Strasburg had his visit enlivened during the school holidays when a tour from a Scottish secondary, which shall remain nameless, invaded the circular yard of the great place.

Within seconds of swarming round and posing for those classic bonding pictures beloved of school tours in this digital age, the "modies" pupils found a loose paving stone to rock on, and possibly remove as a souvenir, before the security guards and teachers twigged to the new-found interest in the surface of the Euro yard. See young Europeans from Scotland? Pure magic.

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