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A Link to the Past 12/05/2015

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Articles of the Month

Ryan Bourne (City AM): Labour’s manifesto marked its final retreat in the fiscal stimulus debate

James Bloodworth (Left Foot Forward): Five ways Labour got it badly wrong

Stella Creasy MP (Guardian): What we who love the Labour party must do next

The Economist: Who should govern Britain?

Isabel Hardman (Spectator): Labour rising star: Party cannot afford to sound like ‘the moaning man in the pub’

Walter Hickey (Business Insider): How to use Math to crush your friends at Monopoly like never before

The Independent: In defence of liberal democracy

Alan Johnson MP (Guardian): When that Question Time audience turned on Ed Miliband, the die was cast

Lord Norton (The Norton View): The Youngest MP

Jim Pickard and Kiran Stacey (Financial Times): Do rent controls work?

Tom Slater (Institute of Ideas): A threatening and abusive law

Tweets of the Month

Mark Wallace finds an undecided voter.

Bath MP Ben Howlett finds an undecided house.

The great General Boles sums up the apoplectic reaction.

Andy Howard shares a photo of a happy Michelle Donelan MP (Conservative, Chippenham), and her elated team.

Science Cat points out the problem with an education sign.

Video of the Month

On the LibertyPen channel, Robertson Dean reads from Thomas Sowell’s Knowledge and Decisions.



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