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Your essential weekend reader — my personal pick of the week’s must-reads

It’s Saturday evening, so here are twelve thought-provoking articles to stimulate your thinking juices culled from all those I’ve linked to this last week. You can follow me on Delicious here.

Political predictions: as the year ends, what does 2013 hold for the main party leaders? – Andrew Rawnsley sanely assesses the 12 months to come: ‘Nick Clegg and David Cameron face more of the same. Ed Miliband’s future is more complicated. He has choices.’

No longer the dunce – Anne McElvoy whispers the …

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  • User AvatarAlex Macfie 28th Jan - 8:58pm
    Jennie: That's WAY too much information. This "poll", on the other hand, gives no useful information at all. How can you have a poll for...
  • User AvatarBarry Lofty 28th Jan - 8:32pm
    Frankie, the GE will be four or five years away and coalition will be a distant memory by then, I wouldn't bet on it, I...
  • User AvatarMark Valladares 28th Jan - 8:20pm
    I was in Newmarket myself a week or so ago - that’s my photograph - and the Tories were very active which, given the circumstances,...
  • User AvatarTCO 28th Jan - 8:16pm
    @, Andrew T "Amazing that there are still coalition loyalists in 2020." No it really isn't. The coalition was, broadly speaking, a social and economically...
  • User AvatarDavid Raw 28th Jan - 7:38pm
    Interesting to get Matthew's take on things 100 years ago. I'm currently researching letters sent to Liberal M.P. Arthur Ponsonby by soldiers in the First...
  • User Avatarfrankie 28th Jan - 7:19pm
    It will be four to five years till the next GE, the coalition will be a distant memory, especially if our leaders are not foolish...