Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday


1. Bob Piper praises George Osborne's recycling proposals.
2. Donal Blaney pays tribute to Christina Schmid.
3. Burning our Money on Climategate.
4. Jon Craig uncovers a coverup over the Damian Green arrest.
5. Mike Smithson teaches James Macintyre a polling lesson.
6. Tom Harris doesn't fancy a Thursday evening PMQs. Lazy bugger.
7. Dizzy says Harriet Harman features in Fiesta Magazine. Or there again...
8. Alastair Campbell is a tad annoyed with the BBC lack of coverage of the party leaders' CBI speeches.
9. Ellee Seymour rails against the term Suffolk Swedes.
10. Hold the front page. Kerry McCarthy says something nice about me.
11. Shane Greer wants to go on a date with Jan Moir. And he's only recently married...
12. Douglas Carswell is disappointed by the Wright Committee proposals.

2 comments:

trevorsden said...

Here is something for you - once Comments start working again.

Spy Blog says
"Anybody stupid enough to be working directly or indirectly, on or with the National Identity Scheme computer and telecommunications infrastructure, also risks up to 10 years in prison and / or an unlimited fine, if they decide to go on strike or "work to rule", in pursuit of an an industrial dispute. They also risk these criminal penalties for accidental software or hardware errors or misconfigurations etc. beyond their personal control"
He also asks
"do Thales Group and 3M Company employees realise that they face up to 10 years in prison for any mistakes or strikes?"

Do the Trade Unions know??

Better yet put it out on Wednesdays 'dozen'

http://p10.hostingprod.com/@spyblog.org.uk/blog/2009/11/19/manchester-area-post-codes-where-the-foolish-can-apply-for-an-id-card.html

Osama the Nazarene said...

For once I agree with Alistair Campbell. I saw Brown answering questions after his speech and I saw the start of Nick Clegg's speech, both on BBC World. Unfortunately nowhere can these speeches be found on the BBC web site, let alone on the main news program of the day.

I guess this must be in deferance to Murdoch.