I can't remember an article where I have been misquoted so many times, but
despite this and several factual imprecisions, I still think that such an
article in a media read predominantly by EU bureaucrats is helpful. 
Especially ahead of several meetings with the European Commission next week.
It also goes to show that we need to train our reporters, as well. Talking
to them once is not enough. Very specific topics and they get hung up on
the funny details, rather than the specific legal nuances.