1. Mark Pack explains why Conservative candidates are the happiest!
2. PJC Journal on the politician who is unelected, illegitimate and unwanted.
3. TP Party Lines blog on the Top 100 Political Journalists.
4. Letters From a Tory feels sorry for Harriet Harman. Really.
5. John Redwood explains how to cut the deficit.
6. Liberal England explains why Irfan Ahmed has closed down his blog.
7. Quaequam Blog explains why the LibDems "got lucky" over Michael Brown.
8. Matt Atkinson on the old author v publisher battle.
9. Paul Waugh on Brown, Cameron and the unveiling of Lady T's portrait.
10. Michael Heaver says Turkish EU membership is dead in the water.
11. Conservative History Journal publishes a hitherto unplublished interview with the late Professor John Ramsden.
12. Gaby Hinsliff reckons she has too much information.
I think you will find the Lib Dem blog most read by Tories today is mine!
I don't really get the objection to Turkey joining, apart from German racism.
Greece supports it, and so do all our major parties.
I agree with some "hold" on Turkish free movement of labour util we have more equal economies, but I see no reason Turks are to be considered lower than the Ducth, Greeks, Italians, Latvians or Romanians (etc).
The territory of Turkey is integral to all European history, and the Ottoman Empire, as the precursor to Ottoman Turkey was a central part of the European power system in the 18th and 19th century.
Plus, Turks are often nice people and have really great food.
Mr Dale - re Emily Thornberry and her faith in growth.
You should point out that even 'way back when', when we had growth, Brown ran deficits. We have a massive structural deficit, brought about by govt spending let run hopelessly out of control by Brown, and an over reliance on banking profits fed by voodoo economics.
EVERYONE should point this out at every available opportunity - Brown always ran deficits from the moment he stopped following Conservative spending plans.
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Irfan Ahmed proved less tolerant of dissenting opinion than than The Sun, and almost as sophisticated.
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