Friday, November 21, 2008

The Daley Dozen: Friday

1. Lynne Featherstone calls for a fresh start in Haringey.
2. Paul Waugh on the Labour Minister who says Ken Livingstone shouldn't run again.
3. FT Westminster Blog reports on Gordon Brown's interview with Jeremy Vine.
4. Dizzy explains why he wants a lobby pass. Hic.
5. John Rentoul tells a joke by Jeremy Hunt.
6. The gluttonous Richard Spring MP is glad Christmas is coming.
7. Ministry of Truth suggest British Blowjobs for British Johns might be a good New Labour slogan.
8. Tom Harris is uncharacteristically cynical about the Tory/UUP pact.
9. A Place to Stand has a 16 point economic plan.
10. Simon Fletcher (Ken's former CoS) praises London bloggers. The leftie ones.
11. Norfolk Blogger (rightly) sticks it to Tesco.
12. LibDem Voice: BNP Members have rights too.

6 comments:

Old Holborn said...

When Madonna first moved to England she said she wanted to feel more English.




She is now an unmarried, single mother with three kids from different fathers, one of them black.




Job well done!!!!!

Newmania said...

That post from Unity was good , he is getting a little less tedious , in fact once you get into the mind set theres a sort of charm to it .

Boyce said...

Holborn - she also wears mostly tracksuits and lives on a large estate.

Anonymous said...

That BNP list Youtube thingy is actually pretty funny !!!

golden rose said...

I find the Lib Dem Voice piece totally astounding. It would be fine were it not for the fact that some of them regard themselves as entitled to treat others as more or less equal, at the discretion of local party executive officers, this apparently not amounting to any legitimate grounds for intervention by Cowley Street HQ.

If the Lib Dems are going to defend human rights for the BNP and Holocaust Deniers, perhaps they could also spare some time ensuring procedures for ensuring fairness are entrenched into their own party systems.

Martin Day said...

Low debt and high employment

"We will continue to meet our fiscal rules: over the economic cycle,we will borrow only to invest, and keep net debt at a stable and prudent level." Labour party 2005 Manefesto

"We will not raise the basic or top rates of income tax in the next
Parliament" Labour party 2005 Manefesto

I detect that it was always Brown's plan to do away with 10P as he did not mention the lower basic rate! Brown is a Fibber of the highest order!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/bsp/hi/pdfs/13_04_05_labour_manifesto.pdf