Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Daley Dozen: Tuesday

1. Melanie Phillips argues against the 50% target for university students.
2. Dylan Sharpe looks back at the highs and lows of the AV campaign.
3. Max Atkinson is proud of his former pupil.
4. Mark Gettleson thinks he knows future Conservative strategy.
5. Morgan Kelly doesn't want bailouts for Ireland.
6. Dan Hodges concedes there is no "progressive majority".
7. Nick de Bois shows how NHS competition will increase quality.
8. Roy Greenslade condemns the Telegraph for subterfuge.
9. Dizzy is looking for Chris Huhne's shoulders. Can you help?
10. Paul Goodman warns that Osborne is the one delaying NHS reform.
11. Peter Hoskin analyses Cameron's interview in The Sun.
12. Dan Hannan reckons the Lib Dems have selective memory.

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