Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Six of the Best 19

  1. A Lanson Boy reports that a Conservative drive to raise funds from the people of Cornwall has raised precisely, er, nothing. A Cornish Conservative writes: You don't have Lord Ashcroft's phone number, do you?

  2. "A full blown Sterling crisis is just around the corner," argues Cicero's Songs.

  3. Organized Rage offers some humane thoughts on Jon Venables.

  4. On the Spectator's Coffee House blog, Peter Hoskin catches Ed Vaizey dropping David Cameron in it again. Apparently the Tory leader is "I believe, much more conservative by nature than he acts, or than he is forced to be by political exigency."

  5. Kperch, who edits the Leicester Mercury when he is not blogging, suggests that Tameside Council's ban on member of the public tweeting from meetings will not stand up in court.

  6. The actor Michael Gough is still with us at the age of 92 - indeed, he voices the Dodo in the new film of Alice in Wonderland. Cinefantastique recalls interviewing him back in 1984.

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