Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday

1. Tory Bear has the George Osborne Trance Remix.
2. Richard Benyon MP on why Parliament isn't working.
3. Hopi Sen has a modest proposal, even though he says so himself.
4. UK Polling Report on what to expect from the next round of opinion polls.
5. Dan Hannan has five ways to make Parliament more representative.
6. Tracey Crouch has news of the sad death of former Tory MP Andrew Rowe.
7. Andrew Neil on the politics of Life on Mars.
8. Richard Spring's flabber is well and truly ghasted.
9. LibDem Voice on some very strange Japanese electoral laws.
10. James Forsyth awards the Marie Antoinette award to ... Polly Toynbee.
11. Iain Martin on the consequences of Labour abandoning aspiration.
12. Daily Referendum has done some DIY posters. Here's the best one.


Lord Elvis of Paisley said...

Hey! That's my work...don't mind but a little credit wouldn't go amiss

Lord Elvis of Paisley said...

Anyway, these ones are better

Poster 1

Poster 2

Poster 3

Poster 4

Daily Referendum said...

Lord Elvis,

Sorry mate, I was rushing out to work. Now Hat Tipped.

Lord Elvis of Paisley said...
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Lord Elvis of Paisley said...

No worries mate, I wasn't having a go. It was you that inspired it in the first place anyway, so a joint effort.

Chris Paul said...

That banner is "so weak" whoever made it.

Chris Paul said...

The other four are much better. Though that is a little Tory-nihilist scrote by the UEW building (4). Even though he was showing DC the way to the train station, or the helipad.

Michael Shilliday said...


for tomorrow?

Lord Elvis of Paisley said...

That banner is "so weak" whoever made it.

Now I know it must be good.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

It's a pity Andrew Neil has chosen to blog under the mantle of the BBC.

I don't suppose he knows how to set one up himself, but even as a freelance working on a BBC platform, that takes away any credibility his blog may have had. He almost certainly does not moderate comments, and any that do get through go via the usual bunch of gormless graduates, infected with political correctness, who police these things.

A shame then that one of the best political commentators can't stand on his own two feet.