Posts Tagged “david allen green”

Your Saturday morning reader — 8 must-read articles

by Stephen Tall on October 13, 2012

It’s Saturday morning, so here are eight thought-provoking articles to stimulate your thinking juices… No, you’re not entitled to your opinion – Patrick Stokes at The Conversation argues that proper debate relies on contested claims based on relevant expertise: just holding to your own view ain’t enough. Is The Economist left or right? – its […]

I’ve just three things to say about Assange and Galloway…

by Stephen Tall on August 21, 2012

1. I’m very glad Craig Murray is no longer a member of the Liberal Democrats The former British ambassador to Uzbekistan has done many admirable things in his professional life, but his nasty attempt to smear an alleged rape victim (…)

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LibLink: David Allen Green – Why I have joined the Liberal Democrats

by Stephen Tall on April 12, 2011

Over at his New Statesman blog, David Allen Green — the magazine’s legal correspondent and author of the Jack of Kent blog — has explained his decision last week to become a fully paid-up member of the Liberal Democrats. To be more accurate, he first lists all the reasons why he will be a dissenting […]