The internet, Conservative MP Richard Benyon and some cars

Sadly, not all in the same story, but here are three worth a look:

Labour plans online rapid rebuttal unit – Liberal England has the story.

Conservative MP Richard Benyon confirms he pulled his blog due to the rules over what his MP allowances can be spent on – Liberal Burblings has the story.

Car lobby loses fight to water down pollution rules – The Guardian has the story.

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One Comment

  • Hywel Morgan 26th Sep '08 - 12:06pm

    If MPs can’t read, understand and interpret the rules on their allowances correctly, how can we be sure they are doing their jobs when it comes to reading, understanding and interpreting the legislation we pay them to scrutinise?

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