Catherine Edwards

NewsMavens, Sweden

c.edwards@newsmavens.com

Catherine is a British journalist working in Stockholm as Europe Editor at The Local, where she covers news, politics and culture across the continent.

Catherine Edwards
She speaks five languages and has previously worked in Rome and Berlin.

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