Golden Dozen #61

Welcome, finally, to the 61st of our weekly round-ups from the Lib Dem blogosphere, featuring the seven most popular stories according to click-throughs from the Aggregator (13th-19th April), together with a hand-picked quintet you might otherwise have missed.

Let’s get straight down to it, in descending order of popularity:

1. A second week at the top for Bob Shaw in his plea for pulling together: Why do Lib Dems always shoot themselves in the foot? See also #7

2. Was Nick Clegg a student tory? Debate raged here on LDV.

3. A second bite at the cherry for Bob Shaw as he discussed his displeasure with Bremner, Bird and Fortune.

4. Jo’s Jottings comes in at number 4 with a five word post about Guido: For Fawkes Sake!

5. Jo Christie Smith asked “Who’s who in the Lib Dems?” and pulled in a lot of traffic

6. In a bizarre, incestuous twist, number 6 this week goes to, erm, last week’s Golden Dozen right here on Lib Dem Voice. This probably reflects a lower number of posts and a lower number of visitors all round last week, because many of us were out on the campaign trail.

7. Finally, the question that our #1 answered, Neil Stockley asking Is Clegg an asset or a liability?

And a few more posts you may have missed

8. A typically forthright Alex Wilcock on candidates for the London Mayoralty and drugs.

9. Boris’s own words become a key reason for not voting for Boris, on Will Howell’s blog

10. Duncan Borrowman spells out the obvious: Support Brian Paddick? Then vote for Brian Paddick

11. I mither on a bit about by-elections here on the Voice

12. Last but not least, Meral Ece reveals that the Tory candidate won’t be on his uppers if he doesn’t win the mayoralty. As good a reason as any to vote Paddick.

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