Tuesday, February 08, 2011

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday

1. David Davies gives us a lesson on the deficit and the national debt.
2. Ed Staite doesn't think the Labour Party will die any time soon.
3. Sir Malcolm Rifkind will be voting No to AV.
4. John Redwood gives a staunch defence of Free Schools.
5. Iain Martin shows us how to widen access to universities.
6. Mark Wallace looks at the role of celebrities in politics.
7. Patrick Macfarlane assesses marriage tax breaks.
8. Adam Boulton wants to know who you lust over.
9. Working Class Tory speaks out on multiculturalism.
10. Dan Hannan has his say on the Paul Maynard affair.
11. Ed Jacobs argues for a change to the Barnett formula.
12. Archbishop Cranmer has a little treat for you...

1 comment:

javelin said...

Labours accusation that the Big Society won't work is a reverse of Thatcher saying there is no such thing as society.

Labour is saying "society wont work".

Wheras Thatcher claimed the private sector as an alternative to society, Labour is now claiming the state as an alternative to society.