or at least Must flick throughs
Blond’s Red Toryism gets a good review. If you call this good:
“for Blond, it is liberalism that is the chief enemy, for liberalism erodes liberty.”
Rawnsley’s interview with David Cameron looks interesting.
Hamish McRae argues for Growth as the way to fix Britain’s problems. Hear hear, I cheer, and not just because it annoys nef. (now I must read it).
And David Smith says the recovery mountain is not as high as it looks. Um, good.
Alan Silitoe has died. I read Saturday Night and Sunday morning in 1987, probably for the naughty bits. But this precis does not suggest to me that life before the Dreaded Sixties broke everything was all domestic Big Society bliss. Make sure no-one tells Theodore Dalrymple.
Sorry, that’s it. Don’t you know there’s an election on?
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