Thursday, May 28, 2009

Recommended Reading

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:

John Ward urges real people to stand for election and warns against electing celebrities, here.

Anna Raccoon says that [very] occasional commenter on this blog, David Boothroyd, has resigned his position as Labour Councillor after his Wikipedia activities became public knowledge, here.

David Hughes asks did Margaret Thatcher really start the expenses scam? Here.

Edmund Conway says America's brightest are dreaming up ways on how best to beat the credit crunch, here.

Ill and ancient on a very expensive cup of tea, here.

And finally, with caution as it is a sweary blog, Old Holborn is going to make a citizens arrest at Parliament and urges everyone who is English to come along, here.

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