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Quiet

Sorry for the lack of posts in the last couple of weeks. I’ve been working on some long posts that will start to appear next week and also reading and thinking about Drew Westen’s The Political Brain which will hopefully serve as the springboard for series of posts in the near future. Stay tuned!

Worth Reading 89: When the walls came tumbling down

Here’s 2013′s first set of links: In an EU referendum, what does NO mean? – Jon Worth looks at Cameron’s latest European strategy and wonders where it might lead. Behaving in politics as if we were normal people – “prefigurative action” – Jon Worth again, this time on the disconnect between politics and real life. […]

Top 10 posts of 2012

Everyone else is doing it, so why not me? These are the ten posts from 2012 on the blog that got the most individual hits during the last twelve months. 10) Tour de France 2012: Ring my bell – I wrote a daily post about this year’s Tour de France, following Bradley Wiggin’s pursuit of […]

New look

I got bored with the old theme, so decided to try a new one. I’ve been checking it in different browsers, but please let me know if you find any problems with it, or just if something’s missing that used to be there. For those of you interested in such things, the new theme is […]

Blast from the past: Alarm Clock Britain

I was thinking about Alarm Clock Britain today. I’m sorry, I shouldn’t remind you of an idea that’s hopefully long dead (though I have visions of people in the DPM’s office doing the occasional head-desk interface when Clegg decides he wants to try and push it again) but something prompted me to look up a […]