Worth Reading 41: Lords, MPs and Elder Gods

But who will be eaten first?

The House of Lords by numbers – interesting data on how many Lords of different parties have been appointed in the last few years.
The Poisonous Drivel of Dr Denis MacShane MP – A Labour MP and the Daily Mail conspire in quoting something out of context to disparage the work of a feminist academic? Hands up anyone not surprised by this latest attempt to drag everyone down to the lowest common denominator. (via)
The People‚Äôs Pledge campaign: More lies, irrelevancies and distortions from the British EU referendum campaign – Luckily, Nosemonkey doesn’t get tired of pointing out all the times when people get things wrong about the EU. Contains more refutations of spurious factoids than you’ll find in most newspapers.
China used prisoners in lucrative internet gaming work – Welcome to the future. It’s written by Charles Stross, but just be glad they didn’t use that part of his work that features the Elder Gods.
Humor from historians – A fully peer-reviewed joke.

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1 Comment to "Worth Reading 41: Lords, MPs and Elder Gods"

  1. May 27, 2011 - 11:00 am | Permalink

    MacShane has had the Labour whip withdrawn while he is under investigation for fraud, so I’m not sure he’s technically a Labour MP right now. But it is true that he was elected on the Labour ticket, and he is, obviously, a disgrace.

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