Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Six of the Best 75

Writing on Liberal Democrat Voice, Mark Pack detects Paul Burstow's hand in the new NHS white paper.

Disgruntled Radical has the text of the motion on Trident that has been submitted to the party's conference committee.

The Court of Appeal's decision to quash the Welsh Assembly Government's order to carry out a badger cull in North Pembrokeshire is welcomed by Peter Black.

At Huffington Post Keli Goff looks at the Mel Gibson and Roman Polanski cases and concludes: "I guess the silver lining for abusers everywhere is that it looks like unless you use a racial slur while committing abuse you might be okay, career wise."

The author of the classical music blog On An Overgrown Path saves a boy from drowning off the Suffolk coast. The parallels with Peter Grimes are not lost on him.

Wartime Housewife, as everyone should at least once in their lives, visits the Sunday antiques market in Market Harborough.

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