Saturday, August 25, 2012

Six of the Best 271

Nouse, the University of York student newspaper, interviews Jenny Tonge: "Yes, I think Nick is right to say he will not go along with the Boundary changes when the Tories have stitched us up on AV and House of Lords reform. I wish he had behaved similarly on other issues too. Perhaps he is waking up at last!"

Mike Smithson at Political Betting finds that disenchanted Liberal Democrat voters in Corby are overwhelmingly turning to Labour and concludes: "Those in the blue team who think that appeasing the right is the route to electoral success are fools – but my guess is that they are likely to prevail."

Nic Prigg's Blog is deeply unimpressed by a leaflet from the Scottish pro-Union campaign Better Together.

Remember the Tory MPs who believe British workers are “among the worst idlers in the world”, that the UK “rewards laziness” and that “too many people in Britain prefer a lie-in to hard work”? Vox Political believes that they are the worst idlers of all.

Andrew Bibby, writing for the Guardian, reports a new wave of interest in workers' co-operatives.

Is Mark Pack the Kevin Pietersen of the Liberal Democrats? Read Guido Fawkes and judge for yourself.

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