Sunday, October 24, 2010

The Daley (Half) Dozen: Sunday

1. LibDem Voice analyses Nick Clegg's Desert Island Discs appearance.
2. James Forsyth on why the coalition might last beyond 2015.
3. Paul Burgin asks Walaa Idris 20 Questions.
4. Lord Tony Harris sides with Sayeeda Warsi. Not a sentence that is often written.
5. Jack of Kent on how he's going to judge next year's Orwell Blog prize.
6. Michael Heaver on why Nigel Farage must win.

And as a special "Brucie Bonus"...


Libertarian said...


You're a bit of a Farage groupie aren't you. I guess that is only to be expected as Farage's UKIP are just the Euro wing Tory Lite

Jabba the Cat said...

@ Libertarian 9.34pm

I fail to see how Mrs Dale's link in the (Half)Dozen to a blog commenting on Farage and his political pygmies adds up, by any stretch of the imagination, to UKIP groupage?

Libertarian said...

@jabba the cat

Well that would be because you haven't added them up.

There have been quite a few references, interviews and "puff" pieces about Farage over the last few months.

Why link to a piece by the head of Youth Wing of UKIP in support of their boss ( during a leadership election) haven't seen a link to say Prof Tim Congdon ( one of the other candidates).

There was nothing of insight or interest in the piece, it was the same old same old ie Farage should be the leader of UKIP because he's good on the media.

Libertarian said...

Oops I forgot to say.

I never accused Iain of UKIP groupieage, but of Farage fancying, an entirely different thing . We all know that Iain is a solid Tory.

Jabba the Cat said...

@ Libertarian said...

"You're a bit of a Farage groupie aren't you."


Now go and play in your crèche...

Libertarian said...

@jabba the cat

Have you got anything to say? or do as your name implies just jabba? Having proved you don't read , can't pay attention and don't do analysis I would quit there if I were you.