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Worth Reading 176: The Gliese with a planet

30 years on: What really happened at the Battle of the Beanfield? – A fascinating account of policy brutality against a group of travellers in the 1980s. Charles Kennedy – a lovely man, a talented politician, a great friend with a shared enemy…

Being pro-politics is not the same as being pro-politician

Lib Dem Voice have produced a remake of the old ‘where is the British West Wing?’ posts of a few years ago by asking ‘where is the British Borgen?‘ (The answer to that question is ‘waiting for someone to forget the poor ratings…

Boulton/Campbell

I’m going to try and write a post to sum up my current coalition thinking, but with so much changing every few minutes, I’m going to wait till later. For your enjoyment until then, what I can only imagine as the combined sequel…

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