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My must-reads this week January 23, 2015

by Stephen Tall on January 23, 2015

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… The problem of youth turnout | Conservative Home The collapse in the 18-24 year-old gen election turn-out really is stark http://bit.ly/1JghZrH (h/t @pghoskin) Login Late to this, but (…)

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My must-reads this week January 16, 2015

by Stephen Tall on January 16, 2015

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… Sutton Trust – Election consensus and challenges On education “there’s far more consensus and continuity [among] parties than you might think” notes @conorfryan: http://bit.ly/1sC0Cxc Compulsory voting could save (…)

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My must-reads this week December 26, 2014

by Stephen Tall on December 26, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… Why a year of little change felt like one of sustained crisis | Rafael Behr | Comment is free | The Guardian Brilliant as ever from Rafael Behr: (…)

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My must-reads this week December 19, 2014

by Stephen Tall on December 19, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… Leader by default? | Total Politics Here’s my latest @TotalPolitics column trying to explain why Nick Clegg’s still Lib Dem leader > “Leader by default?” http://bit.ly/16vxi1G The Lib (…)

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My must-reads this week December 12, 2014

by Stephen Tall on December 12, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… 3 charts for Ed Miliband | Flip Chart Fairy Tales Must-read from @flipchartrick: why public service spending falling to ’30s levels is scary http://bit.ly/1BmOmk3 The Real Blog: Christopher (…)

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My must-reads this week December 5, 2014

by Stephen Tall on December 5, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… Padraig Reidy: Who can speak and who must be silent? – Index on Censorship | Index on Censorship Why free speech matters by @mePadraigReidy > “What if you (…)

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My must-reads this week November 28, 2014

by Stephen Tall on November 28, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… The immigration speech David Cameron should be giving | Jonathan Portes | Comment is free | The Guardian The immigration speech Jonathan Portes would write for David Cameron (…)

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My must-reads this week November 21, 2014

by Stephen Tall on November 21, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… Obama: 'We are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once too' | US news | The Guardian Whole heap of awesome from Obama: (…)

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My must-reads this week November 14, 2014

by Stephen Tall on November 14, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… The transience of the Tower of London poppies | Stephen Tall The transience of the Tower of London poppies http://bit.ly/1GTagQb 5 things Nick Clegg could do next | (…)

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My must-reads this week November 7, 2014

by Stephen Tall on November 7, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention this week… New Statesman | What's behind the surprising success of raising tuition fees? /@timwig asks “What’s behind surprising success of raising tuition fees?” New Statesman readers ain’t gonna like (…)

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