Wednesday, November 03, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Wednesday

1. Tory Radio has an exclusive interview with killer John Hirst.
2. Mark Wallace declares neo conservatism is dead.
3. Ed Staite still thinks Obama is going to win in 2012.
4. Better Nation are taking part in Movember. Are you?
5. Paul Flynn and other Welsh MPs made history today.
6. Douglas Carswell is happy for students and universities.
7. Michael Ezra denounces the Socialist Workers' Party as racist.
8. Paul Evans thinks blogs may just be an oppositional tool.
9. Peter Black doesn't think Carwyn Jones is listening.
10. Stuart Weir reckons the Tories are having second thoughts on AV.
11. Lloyd Evans gives a thumbs down to Miliband's PMQ's performance.
12. Political Scrapbook reports that MPs may even have to pay for their own car parking. What is the world coming to?


P. Stable said...

"Tory Radio has an exclusive interview with killer John Hirst."

"Exclusive" in the "he's already done interviews on BBC2 and 5Live" sense of the word.

jailhouselawyer said...

It is quite right to call it an exclusive interview, as no other media asked those questions and received those responses.

I congratulate Jonathan at Tory Radio for being the first to get to the point, and conduct a civil interview without being judgemental. He has first prize so far.

Manfarang said...

19Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.

javelin said...

It's ironic that the LibDems want to create cheap university places for UK graduates then take their jobs away by allowing (chiefly Indian IT companies) to undercut UK IT graduates.

Many banks and large Uk companies have shifted much of their IT to India or to Indian companies shipping cheap labour to the uk. I am surprised this has been allowed to go on for so long as it undermines graduates and the future of uk universities. Unfortunately both Labour and the Conservatives are beholden to UK business and not UK citizens.