Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Daley Dozen: Thursday

1. Dizzy exposes the illegal activities of UK Uncut.
2. Peter Black suspects that David Laws may be coming back to government.
3. Nathan Akehurst defends the military.
4. Jim Pickard reveals the Labour Party want a class war.
5. Tim Morgan wants to cut regulation.
6. The IEA is not happy with the Hutton Report.
7. Plain Thinking welcomes more sex education.
8. Steve Tierney reviews Katharine Birbalsingh's new book.
9. Norman Tebbit warns against intervening in Libya.
10. EU Referendum would rather give Nick Clegg away.
11. Cicero Songs on Libya and oil.
12. Slugger O'Toole proves that tweets can cost.

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