Tuesday, June 23, 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:

Daniel Hannan has the apology that you will not be reading in the newspapers today.

William Rees-Mogg thinks Brown will sacrifice the Labour Party for the benefit of the EU and the Lisbon Treaty.

LFAT writes to President Sarkosy's on his considerations to ban the burka.

The Times reports that David Miliband has been branded a "Waste of Space" by the father of a British hostage still missing in Iraq.

And finally, Tony Sharp thinks the BBC have got it wrong keeping Sir Alan Sugar on for the apprentice, and has a suggested replacement.

1 comment:

Dazed and Confused said...

I fully agree with views of William Rees-Mog on the "Dear Leader" sacrificing New Labour (short term) for binding us to the E.U., as I figure that Common Purpose was set up for the precise reason.