Friday, September 11, 2015

Six of the Best 537

David Cutts and Andrew Russell analyse the electoral meltdown of the Liberal Democrats.

"We project cardboard fantasies onto Tories, as selfish, rich cynics. But we need to understand their true humanity and complexity – and Mrs Thatcher is such an important figure,that she is a good place to start." Matthew Green reads the first volume of Charles Moore's biography of Margaret Thatcher.

Jeremy Corbyn isn't interested in diversity and is on the side of big against small, argues David Boyle.

"The contribution of independents is undervalued and seldom nurtured. The concept of a 'team player' - bubbly, socially needy, energetic, conventional - is far too narrow." Ed Smith reflects on the success of Moeen Ali.

There are 161 Edward VIII pillar boxes. Diamond Geezer goes in search of those in London.

York Stories goes in search of the forgotten Stonegate Arcade.

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