Saturday, April 24, 2010

Six of the Best 42

In vintage form, Quaequam Blog! tells Polly Toynbee what she can do with her clothes peg.

Why did Nick Clegg do less well in the YouGuv poll conducted for Sky News after the second leaders' debate? Easy, says Craig Murray. It was taken before Nick had made his closing statement.

PoliticalHackUK considers the Conservatives' smearing of their general election opponents.

Labour candidate Gloria de Piero is refusing to appear at any hustings in the Ashfield constituency she is trying to win, including one arranged for the regional slot of the Daily Politics. Alex Foster has the story on Liberal Democrat Voice.

Confessions of a Laundry Faerie discuss Mistress Masham's Repose, a neglected masterpiece by T.H. White: "It's the story of a girl named Maria who finds a colony of Lilliputians in exile on the property of her family estate, and how she and they manage to get along. Not only is it a good story, but it brings up some worthwhile philosophical questions."

And English Buildings visits Blandford Forum, discovering two clever Bastards.

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