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…

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    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 senior official’s story « Labour Uncut
    Wow. They do things differently in Labour » Confusion reigns over London Labour Euro-list selection http://bit.ly/128pvzs
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    A LabourUncut post which shows just how little the party gets localism » Regional VAT, an idea for Ed Balls http://bit.ly/17LCHeh
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    Very interesting article by Jonathan Todd on the complexities of Syria » Syria: Where is the International Brigade? http://bit.ly/ZJmF0I
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    Peter Kellner: Lab still struggling to re-estab economic credentials > The politics of a triple-dip recession http://bit.ly/ZKjzso
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    Labour recognises it could end up closing hospitals too http://bit.ly/15B62eK < All parties will (& should). Who'll tell the voters tho?
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    Hopi Sen excellent here on the approaching big, horrible spending decisions > The big dirty stinking baseline trap http://bit.ly/YGT7k9
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    .@JJ_159 on the mostly bad employment figs > Has the jobs recovery stalled? » Spectator Blogs http://bit.ly/15AU70v
  • “But don’t all US alumni give back to their university?” | Stephen Tall
    “But don’t all US alumni give back to their university?” (cc @MotionJoanna @AdrianBeney @kahunter :) ) http://bit.ly/10nfXnu