Daily View 2×2: 1 December 2009


Welcome to December (political pinch-punch and no returns?)

Today is World Aids Day and also 90 years since the first female MP, Nancy Astor, took her seat in the Commons.

2 Must-Read Blog Posts

What are other Liberal Democrat bloggers saying? Here are two posts that have caught the eye from the Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:

Spotted any other great posts in the last day from blogs that aren’t on the aggregator? Do post up a comment sharing them with us all.

2 Big Stories

Loo paper shortage in the Commons by Paul Waugh at the Evening Standard. Suggestions for something to use until fresh stocks arrive…?

“A stultifying blanket of bureaucracy, suspicion and fear” No, not the Tories’ General Election manifesto, but David Cameron’s views on intrusive health and safety rules. (Whereas state intervention to boost wealthy married couples’ tax-free allowance is fine, apparently.)

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