Friday, October 08, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Friday

1. Peter Hoskin thinks Alan Johnson was a wise choice.
Tom Harris is terrified by IPSA.
John Redwood divides Britain into three.
Daniel Hannan commends Mario Vargas Llosa on his Nobel Prize.
Better Nation takes a look at the Shadow Cabinet and their opponents.
Simon McGrath analyses Lord Ashcroft's latest report.
Alastair Campbell mixes politics and sport.
Don Paskini wants our priority to be childcare, not child benefit.
Mary Riddell reckons George Osbourne has breathed a huge sigh of relief.
Nick Robinson reports that Ed M is a deficit cutter.
David Jones is pleased that Peter Hain has returned.
12. Thanks to
EU Referendum, let the parodies begin.....


Roland Deschain said...

From the lack of comment, can we take it that David Cameron and the Conservatives still support these 10:10 ecofascists?

Jimmy said...

I think Curtis' critics are finding out it's not as easy as it looks.

neil craig said...

Not only support them but, though 02 & the Guardian are major funders & Sony used to be, the government through numerous quangos & fakecharities, are still paying the child snuff moviemakers.

Regarding "child snuff movie" the worst thing about these eco-Nazis is not that killing children "amuses" them but that their purpose in killing children is clearly to teach the rest never to think for themselves. If there is one thing more unclean than murder it is forcing people to live in fear & ignorance. This is the prime objective of everybody pushing the catastrophic warming lie.