Friday, December 04, 2009

The Daley (Half) Dozen: Friday

1. Iain Martin reports that the authorities knew tri-partite regulation wasn't working back in 2005.
2. Mark D'Arcy previews a BBC Parliament programme on Nancy Astor.
3. Richard Spring on hands across the ocean.
4. James Macintyre reckons Wee Dougie Alexander is back in favour.
5. Donal Blaney indulges in a Bercow related conspiracy theory.
6. Guido on Ed Balls Eton history.


Dick the Prick said...

Sorry Iain - could I just have a whinge about the security settings you've enabled - sure there's a good reason but am just not keen to log in at work. Anywho - hope you and yours are well. How's the blog dog Gio doing?

Iain Dale said...

Don't understand. What security settings?

Gio is fine!

Dick the Prick said...

I couldn't just type my name in black or am I (as is widely recognized) a complete numbskull?

I just don't want to sign into google at work which is probably a bit paranoid but...