Tuesday, October 27, 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 Rentoul says the Tony Blair's NHS revolution is starting to happen with 100,000 patients undertaking private treatment, but paid for by the NHS.

David Charter in The Times suggests President Klaus may offer the Czech Republic a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty before he ratifies.

Dick Puddlecote has an interesting dinner suggestion.

The Tax Payers Alliance have published some research on their look at the semi-autonomous Public Bodies of the UK.

And finally, The Last Ditch quotes a reader of Andrew Neather.

Enjoy!

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