Monday, December 06, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Monday

1. Madsen Pirie isn't happy with BAA.
2. Iain Hollingshead is bit sick and tired of Facebook.
3. James Forsyth blogs about the day of gaffes.
4. Nile Gardiner wants an apology for Britain over the Wikileaks scandal.
5. Jerry Hayes' take on the Mike Hancock affair.
6. Kerry McCarthy doesn't care if posh kids make pop.
7. Witterings from Witney on the Conservatives selection system.
8. Aaron Ellis can't tell if it's war or peace.
9. Not a Sheep has a speech by Geert Wilders.
10. Alastair Campbell assesses Cameron's first five years.
11. Cicero's Songs insists the Lib Dems must hold their nerve.
12. Mark Pack looks at one of the best political adverts ever.

UPDATE: And do read this brilliant analysis of Nick Clegg's position by Iain Martin.

6 comments:

Witterings From Witney said...

Thanks for mention - much appreciated.

trevorsden said...

Can Iain give us a brilliant analysis of David Davis' position ?

Iain Dale said...

doubt it :)

trevorsden said...

No Iain, a mystery wrapped in an enigma.

Span Ows said...

Cicero's Songs link is wrong, you have put Al Campbell's twice.

Grant Tucker said...

Span Ows, I have edited it now. Thanks for pointing it out :)