The cat is now well and truly out of the bag and it will be interesting to see how the blogosphere responds. Beyond the usual “OMG!!1! YOU’VE SOLD OUT TO ZaNuPFLieBore!?!11!” of course. I thought I’d add a few comments here in a vain attempt to clear a few things up and prebut some of… Continue reading Neal Lawson and James Graham: All your base are belong to us
Last week I attended Labour’s autumn conference as an exhibitor. These are my thoughts on how it went. By Labour’s own standards, they have had a good conference – but it is a sign of how far they have fallen that those standards were so low. Simply put: the widely predicted civil war didn’t happen,… Continue reading The week Labour finally abandoned liberalism?
Gordon Brown has ruled out a handout to help people with winter fuel payments a few days after his office was insisting that he definitely wasn’t. Add those two together and you have the possibility of a windfall tax which will only be used to reduce the PSBR. Since this would almost certainly be total… Continue reading Who is worse news for Labour? Charles Clarke or Compass?