Friday, May 21, 2010

Six of the Best 56

The World Forgetting, By the World Forgot looks at the resignation from the shadow cabinet of Lords Adonis and Mandelson and speculates that they may to leave Labour and join the government. Intriguing stuff.

The new government has promised to end the detention of child asylum seekers, but The ARCH Blog says that taking months over it will not do.

Meanwhile Random Blowe wants to abolish the Association of Chief Police Officers.

Iain Dale's Diary has an extract from his Total Politics interview with Andrew Neil.

Not on Safari in Harlesden meets Alexei Sayle, who later this year will be publishing a memoir of his early life under the title Stalin Ate My Homework - "It’s a heterosexual, Communist, Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit."

Tonight's final episode of Ashes to Ashes is reviewed by Den of Geek!

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