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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- The Liberal Democrats have accused Michael Gove’s department of “lying” and “talking bollocks” as a furious turf war erupted within the coalition government.
- PMQs Verdict: Nick Clegg is a Tory
- PMQs sketch: Clegg has fun on the train set, but he’s killed chances of a Lib-Lab pact
- “The increasingly confident and powerful Mr Clegg”
- Suppressed report: welfare reform link to homelessness and food bank use. A Tory council has withdrawn its own official report linking welfare cuts to a range of social problems from food poverty to violent crime.
- What are Alistair Darling’s critics smoking?
- Tory attacks on Darling aren’t bizarre – they’re calculated.
- The SNP and its apparatchiks are behaving as if they owned Scotland
- What would the Union Jack look like if the Scottish bit were removed?
- Why British lefties should love their country.
- ‘Plebgate’ PC Toby Rowland to sue ex-chief whip Andrew Mitchell
- Why we face 50 years of austerity (and slashing immigration could make things much worse)
- Ed Balls’ Evolving Reaction To The Economy In 6 Glorious/Terrifying Gifs
- Croatia’s vote forbidding gay marriage: a sign of the rotten heart of Europe. Anti-minority moves in Croatia are symptomatic of a Europe-wide slide back to the worst nightmares of the 20th century
- New book claims that Vladimir Putin is gay
- Norman Baker interview: David Kelly’s death is “unfinished business.” Home Office minister says the Attorney General would have to “reopen the inquest, which was absurdly curtailed”.
- Iran: Five easy ways to destroy an economy
- HM Courts & Tribunals Service apologises for publishing confidential information online.
- After a spate of scandals where careless users have threatened fair trials and jeopardised anonymity orders, Dominic Grieve takes steps to make the online world abide by the law
- Igor Judge, who recently retired as Lord Chief Justices ays Parliament should overrule the European Court of Human Rights : “Thomas Jefferson would have strongly advised us against it”
- There is no wave coming in the 2014 election
- An alliance of corporations and conservative activists is mobilising to penalise homeowners who install their own solar panels – casting them as “freeriders” – in a sweeping new offensive against renewable energy,
- Italy’s top court says current electoral law breaches constitution
- How Ancient Romans Created Social Media
- Has The Day Of The Doctor paved the way for a Who movie?