Monthly Archives: April 2011

An A-Z of rubbish No2AV arguments: second edition

I’ve added lots of new stuff to my most popular ever post. Please read it and spread the word. Cheers.

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The really sinister message behind “Winnergate”

Today was the first PMQs held after the Easter recess. Among the topics discussed were the NHS reforms and the economy. I assume that at some point MPs got close to discussing the issues, but to be honest I couldn’t … Continue reading

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I’m off to Wales…

…and will blog when I return. Thanks for your patience.

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My normblog profile

I’m very honoured to have been asked by Norman Geras to answer questions for a normblog profile. You can find my answers here.

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Nick Clegg’s Social Mobility Strategy: targeting the wrong thing in the wrong way for the wrong reasons.

“It’s the law of inverse relevance.┬áThe less you intend to do about something, the more you have to keep talking about it.” – Sir Arnold Robinson, Yes Minister. Nick Clegg has launched a social mobility strategy. A hefty report was … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Paperback Rioter!

It’s a year to the day that a started this blog with a little introductory post. The General Election had been called the day before, and I needed somewhere to vent. Think back to April 7th, 2010. Gordon Brown was … Continue reading

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