Monday, April 04, 2011

The Daley Dozen: Monday

1. Norman Tebbit delivers a damning attack on the Alternative Vote.
2. Nick Pickles shows that Ed Balls can buy a constituency.
3. Sunny Hundal explains why even he will be rallying against debt.
4. Roger Bootle proves that we need some Thatcherite radicalism.
5. Katie Anderson reveals the most irritating politician in the UK.
6. Matthew Sinclair wants the left to be horrified at high taxes too.
7. Andrew Pierce discovers that David Miliband is a tax avoider.
8. Anton Howes tackles the issue of squatting.
9. Liberal Vision reckon The Observer needs to do more fact checking.
10. Sadie Smith wants to ban MPs from Twitter.
11. Biteback are pleased to announce a new autobiography.
12. Simon Clark has a lesson for life.

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