Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday

1. Peter Sissons on the BBC's commitment to the Climate Change agenda.
2. John Redwood looks at whether the public or private sector are taking the hit.
3. Dan Hannan thinks the NHS maybe becoming a religion.
4. Walaa Idris shows the wisdom of the Big Society.
5. Grant Shapps assures us that he will protect the homeless.
6. Michael Shilliday has an idea for Gerry Adams.
7. Next Left takes a look at the contenders for No10 Communications Director.
8. Peter Hoskin explains some worrying debt figures.
9. Danny McMahon welcomes the government's curtailing of control orders.
10. The ASI have some advice for George Osborne.
11. A Pint of Unionist Lite worries whether anyone will turn up for the AV vote.
12. Guy Opperman has a letter from a constituent on EMA.

1 comment:

WitteringsfromWitney said...

Well that's a laugh re Grant Shapps, protect the homeless, he can't even begin to protect the elderly in their own sheltered accommodation!

As an ex-Conservative I am forced to say that like all the present-day supposed Conservatives Shapps appear to know not what he does!(or thinks/believes)

Even though I have emailed through his own website, contacted him through my MP who also is PM, do I get an answer? Nope!

Schapps, like his Boss, appears a bit of a sham!