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A Link to the Past 12/7/2013

(Photo:Casey Marshall)

(Photo: Casey Marshall)

Here are some good articles from the past month.

Dominic Ashton (Left Foot Forward): The Left must resist partisanship on extremism

Adam Bannister (The Commentator): Keynes, Balls, austerity, and what voters deserve

Cllr Simon Cooke (The View from Cullingworth): British healthcare needs more than reform. It needs a new health service.

James Delingpole (Telegraph): ‘Feed schoolchildren more catered food’ says caterer

Guido Fawkes (order-order): Order of the OTT: LabourList’s Tiny Violin

Michael Gove MP (Scribd via order-order): Dear Stephen

Daniel Hannan MEP (Telegraph): Why Britons should celebrate the American Declaration of Independence

Dan Hodges (Telegraph): The day the People Assembled

Peter Hitchens (Mail on Sunday): UKIP is still Dad’s Army

Christopher Snowdon (Velvet Glove, Iron Fist): ‘The real reason for public smoking bans’

Toby Young (Telegraph): Guardian’s robot baffled by Generalised Y’s embrace of Thatcherism. Does not compute. Does not compute.

Lastly, in honour of Andy Murray’s victory, is the tweet of the month:



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