Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday


1. Benedict Brogan thinks Red Ed is in fact Brown.
2.
Eamonn Butler isn't happy that people are being arrested for burning the Koran.
3. The
IEA on why John Humphrys is wrong on education.
4.
Douglas Carswell proposes higher interest rates.
5.
Tory Radio says David Miliband has to go.
6.
Francis Beckett thinks Ed M is Labour's way of putting two fingers up to Blair.
7.
Tim Montgomerie is disappointed at the Coalition's lack of tax cuts.
8.
David Blackburn thinks the Defence Review is a cost cutting exercise.
9.
Laurie Penny believes it is time for Young Labour takeover.
10.
Michael Crick questions whether young families are suitable for politics.
11.
Ed Staite gives a professional critique of Ed Miliband's speech.
12. However
Conor Ryan thought it was clever and well constructed.

3 comments:

trevorsden said...

The Speccy knifes both Harriet and Edward - well the entire labour party actually.

http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/6316448/david-miliband-torpedos-his-brothers-big-speech.thtml

David is definitely on his way out. He is well rid.

Keir Hardie said...

Is this Malcolm/Grant's first creation?

"isnt?" Come on! Click on the old spell check.

You don't find mistakes like that at Keir Hardie.

www.4wardnotback.blogspot.com

ukipwebmaster said...

.......and UKIP.TV on the Con-Dems:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1VfjWc8wo0