Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Six of the Best 29

With a hung parliament looking a real possibility, Doctor Huw looks at the historical precedents: "In the event of a hung parliament, on all bar one occasion the incumbent party has attempted to hang on to power. On only two occasions ... has it been successful."

Subrosa looks at the Vatican's flawed attempts to deal with the abuse of children by its clergy.

It is nonsense to say "all women" share any quality or personality trait, argues Lee's Random Blog.

Ashok Kumar, the Labour MP who died earlier this month, is remembered on ePolitix by Alex Bryce, who was his parliamentary researcher for more than five years.

Diamond Geezer completes his exploration of Counters Creek - one of London's lost rivers.

And Are You Tasting the Pith? helps us celebrate Cask Ale Week.

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