Sunday, March 14, 2010

The Daley (Half) Dozen: Sunday

1. Jonathan Sheppard is unshocked that people interested in politics work for lobbyists.
2. Iain Martin says Lord Adonis should prepare himself for the forces from hell.
3. Tameside Eye on how the battle to succeed James Purnell is turning nasty.
4. Paul Waugh is incredulous at Nick Clegg's kingmaker claim.
5. Crossfire has a video of Michael Gove.
6. Though Cowards Flinch has a strange view of what constitues freedom of speech.


ferial ferret said...

Not a blog ..but compulsive viewing

16 undecided voetrs question Gordon Brown on the BBC's Politics Show at:-

Wrinkled Weasel said...

A powder keg is about to go off in Glasgow and the City's leading blogger is discussing Dr Who.

Anonymous said...

How did the sixth blog make it to the Daily Dozen? It was the most boring blog entry I've read all weekend.

And have you pointed out yet that the people calling for a boycott of TP still pay the TV license even though the BBC invited Nick G to Question Time and has interviewed him on numerous occasions?

How many newspapers, magazines and other media have they boycotted for interviewing Islamic extremists?