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The minutes added that policymakers would give “more detailed consideration” to the economic implications in the run-up to its next round of economic forecasts due in February.
The European Union agreed last Friday that the Article 50 talks with the UK had delivered “sufficient progress” on key areas of negotiation, including EU citizens’ rights, the Brexit divorce bill and the Irish border.
I was particularly interested in the relationship between the press and politics, so I would orchestrate interviews, attend press conferences, and evaluate coverage.
That led to me being offered a placement with Reuters in Brussels.
I was a tad intimidated when I first stepped off the Eurostar.
I came clutching my A-Level grades, but no textbook could prepare me for six months working for a top politician, or a debate with Chinese government representatives on my first day! I had so many preconceptions about Brussels - not to mention the Tories - coloured mostly by the tabloid press.
After an interview, I secured a six-month stagiaire (training internship) with Dr Charles Tannock, the Conservative MEP for London at the European Parliament.
Most MEPs reserve stagiaire positions for graduates; even then places are limited and highly sought after.
Their main aim is to explore and save the world, and to do it with a tenner to spare.The nine-person MPC voted unanimously, as expected by the City of London, to keep rates on hold at 0.5 per cent, having raised them in November for the first time in a decade.The minutes reflected the MPC’s view that the Brussels progress “would reduce the likelihood of a disorderly exit, and was likely to support household and corporate confidence”.The parts of Brussels yet to be tarnished by EU buildings are beautiful and full of history.Furthermore, Ghent and Bruges are just a cheap train fare away, as are Paris, Cologne and Amsterdam.
Alone in a foreign country with no friends, having just turned 18 and living independently for the first time, I had the added misfortune of GCSE German (why didn't I choose French? I half expected to be working alongside tweed wearing, hunt-enthusiast Etonians with double-barrelled surnames and five-figure bank accounts. Brussels is a melting pot of nationalities; a fluid mix of people centred primarily around politics or business.