Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday


1. Tom Harris MP declares he is not a tory.
2.
Oscar reports on the French "Winter of Discontent".
3.
David Elstein is hoping for the end of the licence fee.
4.
Archbishop Cranmer might make an exception on the death penalty.
5.
Jim Jepps defends migrant workers.
6.
Benedict Brogan doesn't seem pleased the Tea Party like Cameron.
7.
Not a Sheep thinks inviting Tony Blair back to Chilcot is nonsense.
8. Guido discovers the London Fire Strike has some illegal support.
9.
Political Scrapbook isn't so sure about Gove's free schools.
10.
Public Bar Wisdom has more worries about Big Brother.
11.
Richard Stay wonders when the Coalition will start regretting the Equalities Act.
12.
Squiffy is appalled at the Fire Brigade Union.

1 comment:

theflashingblade said...

Iain I'm disappointed in you for providing a link to someone "reporting on the French Winter of Discontent" when all they've done is repeat the prejudices of the Daly Mail who have just repeated the French Governments spin because it fits into the Mail's lazy revolting French steeotype.