Monthly Archives: April 2010

Linkblogging For 29/04/10

Music post shortly. For now, here are some links Alex Wilcock reviews the CD version of Genesis Of The Daleks given away with today’s Torygraph. David Mathewman on talking about immigration. The more this campaign goes on, the more I … Continue reading

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A Beginners’ Guide To The Election Part 2 – What The Parties Stand For

A bit later than I thought, here’s the second part of this. Before I start, some people were interested in exactly what happens in a balanced parliament situation – here’s a report from the Hansard Society (pdf) that sets it … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 28/04/10

Sorry for lack of actual content – proper posts tomorrow. For now, some links. First of all, I don’t plan to discuss Brown’s ‘gaffe’ today, where he was polite to a bigot to her face and then grumbled about her … Continue reading

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My Friend Tilt Thinks I May Have Hit On The Winning Lib Dem Policy

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Linkblogging For 26/04/10

Again, apologies to my foreign readers for so much of the current content being political. It’s only going to last until Thursday of next week, when the election happens, though. I promise to spend the whole next four years after … Continue reading

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On Coalitions

A lot of Labour supporters – and Green supporters – have been up in arms for the last day or so, practically frothing at the mouth and screaming because Nick Clegg has said that if Labour gets the smallest share … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 25/04/10

Proper post tonight… Terence Eden, who describes himself as a ‘natural Labour voter’ who went into the election thinking he might vote for them, is joining the Lib Dems. I’m quite astonished at how many people I know, respect and … Continue reading

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