Friday, December 19, 2008

The Daley Dozen: Friday

1. Paul Waugh asks: what of the banks are right?
2. Chicken Yoghurt doesn't think much of Derek Draper's blogging initiative.
3. UK Polling Report looks into Gordon Brown's abyss.
4. Gerri Peev thought Gordon Brown had had a "Jackie Milburn" moment.
5. Dave's Part doesn't fancy having his nuts cracked by Margaret Thatcher.
6. Richard Willis reckons Reading is the least caring council in the country.
7. Ben Brogan speculates on whether Gordon Brown believes in God.
8. Ordovicius says it's not fair that Brown won't give Plaid any Peers.
9. Lord Norton on debating Parliament's engagement with the public.
10. Why are UK taxpayers funding the Clinton Library, asks Donal Blaney.
11. Tom Harris says 'Bah Humbug'. Why can't his constituents learn to love his Christmas cards?
12. Coffee House on why OPEC have hit back at Gordon Brown.


DocRichard said...

Mabinogogblog says Bush is mad to give billions to Detroit.

Man in a Shed said...

Its amazing that this is the first time that Gordon Brown's faith is being questioned in the MSM.

At least Clegg is honest on this point of principle, without having a faith to make him such.

David Boothroyd said...

A 'Jackie Milburn moment'? Is that when you say something absolutely accurate on the radio, a newspaper reporter mishears it and attacks you for something you never said, and starts a rumour which is spread by irresponsible opposition politicians? Because that's what happened to Tony Blair.

Malcolm Redfellow said...

I thought Plaid were republican (at least, they were before respectability crept up on them -- about 1999 when they emerged as "The Party of Wales"). So why would the Plaid want peers at Westminster?

A senate/Seanad (whatever invented term they want) at Cardiff, perhaps.