My must-reads this week February 26, 2016

by Stephen Tall on February 26, 2016

You can read all the articles that have caught my attention this week here: https://delicious.com/stephentall Below are a selection… Sponsored: The 3 Week Diet 8 Rules of Fat Loss. Warning: Fast Results! Click Here to Watch Video… Which seats go (…)

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Confessions of a Lib Dem Eurosceptic

by Stephen Tall on February 22, 2016

Embed from Getty Images By Lib Dem standards, I’m something of a Eurosceptic. That is, I accept the EU is less than perfect. A lot less than perfect. I’m not alone. When I polled party members for LibDemVoice a couple (…)

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My must-reads this week February 19, 2016

by Stephen Tall on February 19, 2016

You can read all the articles that have caught my attention this week here: https://delicious.com/stephentall Below are a selection… Sponsored: Meet TulaCo Trusted Development Partner. From Start-Ups to Enterprise How shift to computer-based tests could shake up PISA education rankings (…)

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In praise of Peter Tatchell (but not of identity politics)

by Stephen Tall on February 16, 2016

Embed from Getty Images I suspect if Peter Tatchell and I ever sat down to talk about the economy we’d be poles apart. He’s a far-lefty, I’m not. But he happens also to be one of my political heroes, a (…)

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Who will speak for England? Turns out, it’s David Cameron

by Stephen Tall on February 4, 2016

Much deserved mockery greeted the Daily Mail’s portentous front page plea for a plucky patriot to take up cudgels on behalf of Brexit: Today the Mail asks a question of profound significance to our destiny as a sovereign nation and (…)

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Brexit, Animal Farm, and political fanatics

by Stephen Tall on February 3, 2016

Can’t think what it was about Tim Montgomerie’s tweet, below, which put me in mind of this quote* from George Orwell’s Animal Farm: “The creatures outside looked from Brexiter to Cybernat, and from Corbynista to Brexiter, and from Brexiter to (…)

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