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A Link to the Past 12/04/2015

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Articles of the Month

Greg Ashman (Filling the Pail): 8 Tips for Arguing about Education

Nick Cohen (Spectator): Sweden’s feminist foreign minister has dared to tell the truth about Saudi Arabia. What happens now concerns us all

Daniel Jackson (Spectator): Scottish nationalism is hypersensitive and insular. So is the newspaper it has spawned

Michiel de Hoog (De Correspondent): How data, not humans, run this Danish football club

Lord Daniel Finklestein (Times): Labour hasn’t got a monopoly on compassion

Rich Lowry (National Review): Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Hero for Our Time

Milan Mag (bathimpact): Europe’s New Leftist Phenomenon 

Louise Mensch (Unfashionista): The Election in Bradford West has been Hopelessly Tainted

Ben Southwood (Adam Smith Institute): The Ties that Bind

Fraser Nelson (Spectator): The hounding of the BBC’s James Cook exposes the uglier side of Scottish nationalism

Tweets of the Month

Actress Karen Gillan was rather excited:

Liberty League manage to get some algebra into feminism:

Professor Adam Tomkins has found some reasons to think more about the election:

Videos of the Month

Simon’s Cat returns in April Showers:

The Green Party of England and Wales go in one unusual direction in their party election broadcast:



This entry was posted on April 12, 2015 by in Linking.
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