Writing for Liberal Vision, Andy Mayer explains why it is the Liberal Democrats' "no tuition fees" policy, rather than tuition fees, that will eventually be scrapped.
Duncan Borrowman has posted the most objectionable local newspaper front page you have ever seen. It is quite unbelievably bad.
On the New Economics Foundation's nef blog, David Boyle is delighted to find a Conservative minister supporting small shops and quoting William Morris and John Ruskin: "It is now a century or so since the Guild Socialists set out their platform in the New Age, in opposition to the Fabians who populated the New Statesman. It seems extraordinary, after so long, that their language might have found its way into a speech by a Conservative trade minister."
Jack Shafer on Slate identifies a phrase much used by lazy journalists. While accurate numbers are hard to come by, it is certainly very common.