Graduate glee

18th December 1998 at 00:00
COMMON sense reigns at last in Brussels. The Diary would like to think it has played a small part.

You will recall the information officer job advertised by the European Commission recently, and the despair found by this column in its UK office at the bar on graduate applicants. Their doubts about filling the vacancy were well-founded - it has just been readvertised and no longer rules out graduates. Hooray!

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