Friday, July 01, 2016

Six of the Best 608

How can Britain find a way out of its current crisis? Carl Gardner knows.

David Hencke says Michael Gove cannot be trusted with your money.

"The historic idea of what the Labour Party in fact is revolves around the synthesis between its elements being strong and working as one unit. By insisting that the PLP is voiceless, Corbyn has destroyed this – possibly temporarily, possibly forever." Nick Tyrone argues that Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to stand down challenges the basis of his party.

Maria Pretzler says Boris Johnson should have remembered the Ostracism of Hyperbolus.

"The women’s game has, until now, avoided the significance-bloat that blights most elite professional sport : the hype, the hysteria, the Twitter-storms, the vicariously enjoyed psychodramas, the angst." Backwatersman is our man in the stand at Grace Road.

Terence Towles Canote celebrates Olivia de Havilland on her 100th birthday.

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