Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday

1. Simon McIntyre shows why we should combine NI and income tax.
2. Lord Lamont wants to see tax cuts in the long term.
3. George Monbiot explains why he loves nuclear power.
4. Jim Pickard takes a sneak peek at the budget.
5. Andrew Neil reckons we have higher inflation to come.
6. Tom Chivers thinks it is time the government looked a drugs policy.
7. Jonathan Roberts insists we don't have a right not to be offended.
8. Fraser Nelson on our inflationary troubles.
9. Jeremy Browne explains why we need radical change.
10. Ed West mocks the anti-cuts protestors.
11. Shane Greer defends tax avoidance.
12. Direct Democracy proves why we need more referendums.

1 comment:

javelin said...

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