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My recommended reading for today April 20, 2014

by Stephen Tall on April 20, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Charlie Brooker: Nightclubs are hell | Comment is free | The Guardian Charlie Brooker’s contempt for nightclubs is wondrous http://bit.ly/1gKoeUQ (He’s a year younger (…)

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My recommended reading for today April 18, 2014

by Stephen Tall on April 18, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Ed Miliband signs up top Obama adviser David Axelrod for UK election | Politics | The Guardian Mmmkay. “Lab aides insisted Axelrod wld be (…)

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My recommended reading for today April 13, 2014

by Stephen Tall on April 13, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Twitter / TimMontgomerie: The political blog read by … Where’s @libdemvoice *huff* RT @TimMontgomerie: The political blog read by most Tory MPs is…. @ConHome (…)

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My recommended reading for today April 11, 2014

by Stephen Tall on April 11, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… The IEA Brexit Prize: A Blueprint for Britain – Openness not Isolation | Institute of Economic Affairs Just read Iain Mansfield’s IEA Brexit Prize-winning (…)

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My recommended reading for today April 6, 2014

by Stephen Tall on April 6, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Tim Harford — Article — What next for behavioural economics? Very interesting from @timharford » “What next for behavioural economics?” http://bit.ly/1hsjdiO Why Nigel Farage (…)

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My recommended reading for today April 4, 2014

by Stephen Tall on April 4, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Iain Dale: Vince Cable – the worst Business Secretary since Stephen Byers | Conservative Home “Clegg and his party are f***ed” says @IainDale http://bit.ly/1lFekL8 (…)

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My recommended reading for today March 30, 2014

by Stephen Tall on March 30, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… The five fault lines that divide Ed Miliband's Labour party | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer LibDems shpuld aspire to (…)

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My recommended reading for today March 28, 2014

by Stephen Tall on March 28, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Labour’s right is rumbling. Not before time. « Labour Uncut Labour isn’t united argues @atulh. Its dwindling poll lead is abt to convince it (…)

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My recommended reading for today March 23, 2014

by Stephen Tall on March 23, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Stop this 'near-obsession' with damaging immigration controls, say Tory MPs – UK Politics – UK – The Independent Good on Mark Field et al (…)

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My recommended reading for today March 21, 2014

by Stephen Tall on March 21, 2014

Here’s some of the articles that have caught my attention in the past couple of days… Osborne: Stealth convert to ‘Keynesian Thatcherism’ | Anatole Kaletsky Anatole Kaletsky on the politics and economics of the recovery » Osborne: Stealth convert to (…)

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