If, like me, you like reading forget-to-blink exposes, then these next five should give you a great hour curled up with a cuppa. Enjoy!
This is simply, deliciously, shocking. My good friend at The Green Benches, Eoin Clarke, posted this eye popping set of data on Lib Dem diversity. (Or lack of) Just WAIT til you get to the diversity chart.... http://eoin-clarke.blogspot.com/2011/02/shocking-data-on-ethnic-diversity-of.html (**Labour and Conservative charts now available on February archive too.)
http://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2011/02/07/dear-patient-the-letter-every-gp-should-be-sending/ This letter was written for any GP concerned about plans to transfer most of the NHS budget over to them. It is available for them to send to their patients and explains in such clear terms why it is a change that could hurt them - the patient.
This http://crimsoncrip.wordpress.com/2011/02/20/dont-believe-all-you-hear-one-day-you-may-not-be-able-to-escape-reality/ is yet another brilliant depiction of how being sick or disabled can happen to anyone at any time.
Monbiot yet again, exposes a bit of corporate tax evasion so shocking, I swear you'll gasp out loud - actually gasp. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/feb/18/barclays-bank-113m-corporation-tax?CMP=twt_fd
If you want to see a forensic dissection of a government bill, then this from Broken of Britain http://thebrokenofbritain.blogspot.com/2011/02/welfare-reform-bill-and-disability.html proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that there are some incredibly well informed campaigns in the fight against cuts to sickness and disability care. It would be a great mistake for ministers such as Maria Miller to carry on believing that "
Maybe politicians really are going to have to consider a new politics, because, there really is nowhere to hide from cyber-warriors. Nice work.
UPDATE : Just remembered data from Eoin's Green Benches charts (No.1) collated by
So sorry for the lack of credit malcolm