Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Six of the Best 463

Never mind Scotland, what about the English Question? asks Thinking Liberal.

George Dobell writes for Cricinfo on the booing of Moeen Ali by some India supporters at the summer's final one-day international: "What, it might be asked, would be the reaction if an all-white crowd booed a player of Asian origin? What would be the implications if a black player was booed each time he touched the ball? If such behaviours are deemed unacceptable - and, thankfully, in this day and age, they are - why should the booing of a man on the basis of his religion or origin be any different?"

Richly Evocative looks at London as a national park.

"If you’re a film or a politics buff, then it’s a period piece with enough charm and interest to be worth watching as a fictional constituency goes through repeated elections triggered by shifting romantic arrangements." Mark Pack reviews The Chiltern Hundreds.

Raksha Dave offers four thoughts on the final Episode of Time Team for Dig Ventures.

The launch of Warner Edwards' rhubarb gin is celebrated by The Northampton Gent.

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