Timothy Garton Ash is right: there is only one logical way for me to vote in 2015 – for the Conservatives

by Stephen Tall on April 23, 2013

Timothy Garton Ash wrote recently in the Financial Times of the looming — and profoundly paradoxical — choice facing the British voters at the 2015 general election in two years’ time: If … your priority is the unity of the (…)

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Today’s Link-Love: April 23, 2013

by Stephen Tall on April 23, 2013

Here’s today’s hand-picked selection that caught my interest… Untitled From a partisan, non-Lab pov I do hope Lab listens to Dan Hodges and doesn’t make Alistair Darling shadow chancellor http://bit.ly/11yo2me Confusion reigns over London Labour Euro-list selection as candidates dispute (…)

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The 2013 spending review: the Lib Dem problem is at least as big as Labour’s

by Stephen Tall on April 23, 2013

Last Friday’s Independent splashed on the story, Exclusive: Labour bets the house with pledge to outspend Tories. The story itself is disputed: Ed Balls rushed on the radio to rebut it: “Is it the policy of Ed Miliband and me Ed Balls that we will decide now to bet the house with a pledge to […]