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Sunday, May 23, 2010
The Daley Dozen: Sunday
1. Malcolm Redfellow on the Nazi history of a North Norfolk cottage.
2. Trevor's Den on the surly six leadership candidates.
3. Epolitix on the constituents from hell.
4. Ed Staite on the future of investigative journalism.
5. Tom Harris on when to tweet and when not to.
6. Stumbling & Mumbling on Ian Holloway and the Labour leadership.
7. John Redwood has some suggestions for Nick Clegg.
8. Bob Piper has a good old rant at Janet Street Porter. And why not.
9. Norfolk Blogger is unimpressed by the two Eds.
10. Tory Soapbox on the case for anonymity.
11. Peter Kenyon on patronage and the Labour leadership contest.
And finally, something very sad.
Ellee Seymour pays tribute to Mutley the Dog, an excellent blogger who sadly died on Friday. Tributes can be made HERE.
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Couldn't stop laughing at the constituents from hell - welcome to my world!
Rest in peace, Robert. His blogging was an object lesson in how to make serious points in a completely fun way. An inspiration.
Mutley , as I know him was a funny man when he made an effort he was a delightfully meandering gentle humorist in the tradition of Beachcomber and many others
He was such a loveable kind spirit as well .
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