Posts Tagged “lord adonis”

Dear Labour Party, You’re messing with my head

by Stephen Tall on April 18, 2010

I live in Oxford East, a key Lib Dem target where in 2005 Labour scraped home by just 963 votes.
In the first week of the campaign, Labour plastered their literature with dire warnings that a vote for the Lib Dems would serve only one purpose: to let in the Tories.
Half-truths were deployed to […]

I’m not seduced by Adonis – what I wrote for the Grauniad

by Stephen Tall on April 10, 2010

I’ve a short article for today’s Guardian Comment Is Free setting out my reasons for failing to be wooed by Labour’s Lord Adonis’s appeal to Lib Dems to vote Labour. I have one thing in common with Lord A. – (…)

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Adonis declares end of the road for road-pricing

by Stephen Tall on June 25, 2009

From today’s FT (well worth reading today for other reasons): The government will “definitely not” proceed with a national road-user charging scheme if it wins the next election, the new transport secretary has said, in the most comprehensive renunciation so (…)

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