Thursday, July 04, 2013

Six of the Best 366

Operating a spoof Twitter account during BBC Question Time gave Martin Belam a glimpse of the level of misogyny that women in politics face on social media every day.

On the Policy Network site, Peter Graefe and Simon J. Kiss look at the revival of the Canadian Liberals under Justin Trudeau.

Do Aussies like children more than Brits do? asks Rethinking Childhood.

Jade Wright, in the Liverpool Echo, shares some secrets of the city's workhouses.

"So I thought I would walk to all London's 'magnificent seven' cemeteries - the grand, doom-laden commercial cemeteries laid out in the late 1830s and early 1840s - Abney Park, Tower Hamlets, Nunhead, West Norwood, Brompton, Kensal Green and Highgate." Join Lee Jackson on his death march.

The View from Creeting St Peter channels Johnny Morris.

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