A Link to the Past 12/05/2013
Here are my favourite articles from over the past month.
Conor Burns MP (Spectator): Voters hold UKIP to a different standard: there is no point attacking their people or their policies
Julian Conway (The Commentator): UKIP, Neo-Conservatism, and Douglas Murray
Guido Fawkes (order-order): These are not the jokes you are looking for…
Daniel Hannan MEP (Telegraph): Why politicians admit to being Eurosceptic only after leaving office
Dan Hodges (Telegraph): Three years after the Coalition took power, Labour has gone nowhere, very, very slowly
Dan Hodges (Telegraph): UKIP’s local election surge: whatever happened to the Great Progressive Realignment?
Crispian Jago (Reason Stick): Guess Who?… Is Britain’s Most Credulous MP?
Cerian Jenkins (Talented Heads): A Job of Many Hats – Interning for a Startup
Robert P. Murphy (consultingbyrpm): Applying Krugmanian Lessons to the 1990s
Douglas Murray (Spectator): A reply to certain critics
Kristian Niemietz (Institute of Economic Affairs): Housing and Bread: An Analogy
David Osler (Left Foot Forward): UKIP: Dumbed Down Powellism
Shaun Raviv (Atlantic): If People could Immigrate Anywhere, would Poverty be Eliminated?
John Rentoul (Independent): The Blairite Candidate
Christopher Snowdon (Velvet Glove, Iron Fist): Forbidden Dissent
Christopher Snowdon (Velvet Glove, Iron Fist): The wages of failure
Hugo Verity (bathimpact): The right for freedom of choice
Tim Worstall: Pollylogic
Tim Worstall: What the fresh hell is this from the University of Bath?
Toby Young (Spectator): Sorry, A.A. Gill, but good English really does matter
Toby Young (Telegraph): Tory splits on Europe are nothing compared to the deep divisions within the Labour Party
And finally, tweet of the month: