EU Tweets of the Week: The Good, the Bad and the Broccoli – 18 Oct. 2013

Jennifer Baker presents viEUws’  EU Tweets of the Week programme, looking at the good, the bad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week:

Most debated this week is the end of the US government shutdown.
– The Good: a call for solidarity for Lithuanian cheese banned by Russia (#freedomcheese).
– The Bad: the massive donation Angela Merkel‘s party received from the family that owns BMW.
– The Broccoli: EFCTC launched a comic-style campaign on F-gases starring Brock and Ollie, two talking pieces of broccoli

Want to contribute? Use the hashtag #EUtweets!

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