We can't think of any other Government deparments who do this every day, and we were wondering what had prompted this burst of europatriotic fervour.
Is Ed Balls trying to make up for his sins against European integration? (have a look at his pamphlet on "euro-monetarism" to get an idea of what he used to say)
Or is it just because the department of "Children, Schools and Families" doesn't have to deal with Brussels as much as some others do? Does dealing with Brussels on a regular basis make you less keen on it?
Answers on a postcard.