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Singing the EU’s praises Every February le tout Bruxelles packs into the Albert Hall – a rather more modest venue than its London namesake – for the annual press revue. Devised by Geoff Meade – the doyen of the British press corps, who arrived in Brussels in 1979 and has somehow never got round to leaving – the revue is a series of skits and comic songs on EU themes and draws heavily on the usual influences: Monty Python, music hall, painful memories of boarding school. Yet despite its extremely British nature, the press revue has proved mysteriously popular with…

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