What you’ve been LibDigging this week

by Stephen Tall on November 1, 2008

Have you started using LibDig yet? Either to highlight an article, blog-post or video for other Lib Dems; or simply to enjoy reading what other Lib Dems have found online. (The tech-wizard behind Lib Dem Blogs and LibDig, Ryan Cullen, explained all for Lib Dem Voice here last month).

Here at LDV we’ve started using LibDig to select the five Golden Dozen blog-posts (to complement the most clicked-to seven) – but here’s five posts from beyond the Liberal Democrat blogopshere that you’ve been LibDigging this week:

E-mail error ends up on road sign (BBC News) – submitted by willhowells: “Brilliant”.

He told us so (The Guardian) – submitted by markpack: “Stuart Jeffries meets the Lib Dems’ economics expert Vince Cable”

Where the hell is parliament? (The Guardian) – submitted by fosterjon: “In addition to news of GCHQ’s proposed data collection last week, mobile finger print scanners are planned for use in the street, all without any debate in Parliament.”

After so many scandals, these reckless politicians don’t get it (The Guardian)
– submitted by markpack: “Peter Mandelson appears to have learnt nothing about dangerous liaisons with rich men. Neither have the Conservatives.”

Jack Straw: spare the rod, spoil the vote (Chicken Yoghurt) – submitted by markpack: “Wow. A welcome moment of clarity from Jack Straw … or not.”

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