Jon Worth
my personal blog – it’s here that I outline my views on EU politics, UK politics, tech and plenty of other topics. I’ve been blogging since Summer 2005, making this one of the longest running blogs about EU affairs. I’m also one of the founders of, an EU affairs blogging aggregator. Aside from blogging I am a partner in techPolitics LLP, a small agency dedicated to social media strategy and training for politics. In the past I’ve been responsible for sites such as the Atheist Bus Campaign and Harriet Harman’s campaign to become Labour Party Deputy Leader. I also teach people how the European Union functions – practical courses for individuals in the public sector that are going to have to work with the EU institutions in a professional capacity. I work from home in London but travel all over Europe for work, notably to Brussels and Berlin regularly.
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