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A Link to the Past 12/06/2015

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John Blake: Liz Kendall is right about free schools

Julie Borowski: No, Here’s Why Libertarians are Mostly Men

Charlotte Bowyer (Adam Smith Institute): A blanket ban on psychoactive substances makes UK drug policy even worse

Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig (New Republic): Comedians are Funny, not Public Intellectuals

Ben Chu (Independent): What do we mean by income inequality?

Simon Danczuk MP (New Statesman): I’m backing Liz Kendall for one reason — because she can beat the Conservatives

Michelle Donelan MP: I believe in actions, not words

Janan Ganesh (Financial Times): Labour’s analysis paralysis blights a party of clever fools

David Goodhart (Guardian): Labour has lost its cultural connection with the people it claims to represent

Chris Horrie (Guardian): How to broadcast a general election for £100

Maz Hussein (Huffington Post): Ashamed to be Black at NUS Black Students’ Conference

Douglas Murray (Spectator): Treat the NHS as a religion, and you give it the right to run your life

Toni Pearce (NUS Connect): We must put principles at the heart of our tactics

Beth Prescott (Conservative Home): How I Helped to get #WorkingClassTories trending on Twitter

Christopher Snowdon (Institute of Economic Affairs): The Spirit Level Revisited


The Simpsons Quote of the Day makes a good joke about the United Nations:

A Peter Mannion MP parody account highlights Private Eye’s history of the NHS:

Ben Howlett MP, the non-parody member for Bath, shares his maiden speech:

Commentator James Bloodworth shares his worries about the Labour leadership:


Thunderbirds Are Go share an exciting moment from the new episode Skyhook:

Team Four Star’s Dragon Ball Z Abridged has its latest installment:



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