Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Six of the Best 282

The Extra Bold Blog has the full text of Ed Miliband's speech. Well, sort of.

Talking to Community Care, former Lib Dem health minister Paul Burstow calls for the closure of learning disability hospitals and for a wide-ranging review of social care funding to ensure the sector receives sufficient resources in next spending review.

What is the philosophy of the Liberal Democrats? asks Decline of the Logos.

The police unit that employed Mark Kennedy to infiltrate environmental protest groups has been trying to neuter anti-nuclear campaigners, reports Rob Edwards.

A new documentary from BBC Arena is set to unveil the untold story behind one of The Beatles' most fascinating creations. "Arena: Magical Mystery Tour Revisited" will be broadcast on BBC Four on Saturday 6 October at 9.45.p.m. It will feature contributions from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Peter Fonda, Martin Scorsese, Terry Gilliam and Neil Innes among others. Read more on Mojo.

The novelist Patrick McGrath writes for the Economist's Intelligent Life magazine about growing up in Broadmoor Hospital.

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