Friday, May 28, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Friday



1. Guy the Mac on electoral fraud in Birmingham.
2. One Nation Tory likes Tom Harris but has lost respect for me.
3. Paul Goodman, like me, loves David Laws.
4. Matthew Hancock MP describes his week in the Commons.
5. Harry's Place asks what's the point of Sunny Hundal?
6. Wikio has its top 100 blogs for May.
7. Phil Cowley on a unique electoral event.
8. Liberal England reports that Phil Woolas may yet lose his seat.
9. Biteback Publishing on the new Wayne Rooney biog by John Sweeney and a book on making speeches by John Shosky.
10. Subrosa wonders if Question Time has had its day.
11. Craig Murray says it is Baroness Scotland who should be in jail.
12. John Redwood on cuts.
10. Tom Harris thinks there is no need for a delayed electoral verdict if a candidate dies.

4 comments:

trevorsden said...

Looks like laws is in trouble

trevorsden said...

PS - hjaving said laws was in trouble he has rented rooms. Not illegal and jaqui smith only got a slap on the wrist for it .

But he was in a relationship with the person he rented rooms from.

But if he had lived somewhere else he would have had to claim something.

Was he claiming against his real home like Smith?? His constituency is in the west country, where is his real home? Is the Telegraph tabloidising this again? We will have to wait and see.

subrosa said...

Many thanks for the link Iain. Sad news about David Laws and I too hope that this will not affect his career.

John said...

Liam Rhodes is right in my opinion with regards to your post on the Human Rights Act the other day. I was quite shocked to find out you were with the "What about my right to NOT BE BLOWN UP?!" brigade (and even used that exact phrase as if you were commenting on Have Your Say rather than writing a (up until recently) respected political blog.

Very disappointing, and I find it hard to believe you actually condone rendition to torture and/or death.