Thursday, November 25, 2010

Six of the Best 110

Rather improbably, since it was the paper that forced his resignation, a leader in today's Daily Telegraph calls for David Laws to make an early return to the political frontline.

Liberal Burblings is happy with a reply he has received from Elwyn Watkins about his views on human rights. Paul Walter, who writes the blog, looks forward to returning to Oldham East and Saddleworth very soon to help Elwyn and his very capable team. Elwyn will be the Lib Dem candidate if there is a rerun election in the seat.

Congratulations to Tim Farron for getting ministers to promise to look at proposals to make second home owners pay full council tax, says A Lanson Boy.

John Hemming writes about the redevelopment of Birmingham New Street station. Personally I would rather see it razed to the ground and the land ploughed with salt, but it sounds as though the new station will be better than what we have now.

Thoroughly Good Blog reports on an event he ran at City University under the title #pimpmyblog. He includes videos from several different speakers.

"It's always good fun to confront the bourgeois left," says Freedom and Whisky after yesterday's student demonstrations in Edinburgh.

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