Thursday, May 14, 2015

Six of the Best 510

"I have no regrets at all, and if someone had told me in 1987 that the deal was that I would be a Councillor for 16 years, council leader for 6, an MP for 18 years, and a Minister for four and a half years, I would have said that that was a pretty good deal." Norman Baker says goodbye to his political career.

Jennie Rigg offers a reading list for all those new Lib Dem members. (The comments are good too, hem hem.)

Hereford Heckler remembers the Archenfield Review.

The duped party in a forgery is not all that duped, argues the great Jonathan Meades.

Caitlin Green looks at the changing coastline of Lincolnshire in the later medieval period, with a focus on some of the modern villages and churches that were lost to the sea and drowned in that era.

"Paul Jones, manages to capture the wonder and the longing of the situation as well as the bewilderment. I love the, ‘Huh!’ he inserts as he contemplates whether he really could and whether she really would!" The Immortal Jukebox writes on Bruce Springsteen, Manfred Mann and Pretty Flamingo.

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