Here is my latest recommended reading list.
Please note, I do not necessarily agree with these posts and articles, however I found them sufficiently interesting to warrant a recommendation:
St Crispin says that if UK forces had completed their mission in Iraq, they would have handed Basra over to the Iraqi's, not the Americans, here.
Frasier Nelson breaks down the G20 announcement, and shows up the smoke and mirrors, here.
Richard Tyler says that Labour MEPs are more powerful than Labour MPs by forcing the working time directive through the EU Parliament, here.
Morus asks why there is no movement in Britain calling for the UK to become the 51st State of the USA, here. Iain Dale picked up on this and has a poll, which would you prefer (if you had to pick one) being part of Federal EU or 51st State, here.
EU Election Blog asks if UKIP and other smaller parties are finding an increase in support, here.
Daniel Hannan says that Lefties feel threatened by the Internet, here.