Wednesday, September 24, 2008

The Daley Dozen: Wednesday

1. Mark Hanson has a very entertaining Labour conference diary.
2. Fraser Nelson makes the astonishing assertion that Brown isn't paid to lie to us.
3. Jane Merrick hands out her coveted Manchester awards.
4. Conor Ryan hits out at the treatment of his old boss, Ruth Kelly.
5. Paul Waugh names the BBC source for the Miliband-Heseltine story.
6. Tom Harris explains how he learned his boss (Ruth Kelly) has resigned.
7. The CovWatch blog is getting moist at the thought of the Tory Party Conference on Coventry's doorstep.
8. Robert Peston to Gordon Brown: J'accuse.
9. Sadie's Tavern on those reshuffle rumours.
10. Cranmer on 'Catholics for Obama.
11. Jo Christie-Smith asks if Sarah Palin might be good for women.
12. John Redwood says one speech does not a comeback make.


Anonymous said...

Labour get 7% bounce in latest poll, and Brown's speech was crap.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

Fraser Nelson has a bee in his bonnet about Gordon Brown's lies - or "Brownies" as he prefers to call them, as they are subtly different from lies, but the same.

They are however, just a part of a many layered web of treason.

“How Labour used the law to keep criticism of Israel secret”

Ministers suppress child asylum statistics

Labour Government Gags “Extraordinary Renditions” Whistleblower

Secret paper reveals Labour's lies over ID cards

There are many, many more.

(this is part of a piece on my blog)

Anonymous said...

I love Pestons comments. It shows that our "experienced" leader doesn't really know what he's talking about.

Surprised the Beeb let him publish it.