The Yes! to Fairer Votes campaign asks: Where does your MP stand on the Alternative Vote?

by Stephen Tall on January 7, 2011

Earlier this week, Lib Dem Voice highlighted the No2AV campaign’s embarrassing failure to check whether all the Labour MPs they said were opposed to reforming the UK’s unfair electoral system actually are opposed. It turns out that five of the 114 named were listed wrongly. As a result of the No camp’s confusion, the Yes! […]

You can haz CUTE KITTENZ PICS

by Stephen Tall on January 7, 2011

Two anniversaries of note this week: it’s six years since I started blogging, and our two kittens become one year old… thus making them proper grown-up cats. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my six years blogging, it (…)

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@stephentall’s weekly Twitter updates for 2011-01-07

by Stephen Tall on January 7, 2011

RT @Kevin_Maguire Who is going to tell Nick Clegg? Bloke arrested in Bristol murder case is a Lib Dem << Plumbing new depths here. # RT @stephenpglenn My NY Honours for services to blogging CSGs to @twodoctors @jeffbres @MalcH @stephentall (…)

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Labour members attack party’s “Daily Mail view of the world”

by Stephen Tall on January 7, 2011

Another day, another nail in the coffin of liberalism in the Labour Party. Sadiq Khan, the party’s shadow justice secretary, today amped-up the debate on votes for prisoners by condemnIng the Coalition’s proposals as — POPULIST CLICHE ALERT — “a slap in the face for victims of crime”. But his pandering to the forces of […]