Sunday's not a day for hard work yet somehow, here in Ladywell, its nothing but hustle and bustle. You should come and see. Anyway, here's some links I've spotted;
- I really didn't like Tony Juniper's latest in the Guardian as I thought it made it look like green initiatives here inevitably hurt the developing world. However, there's a good point in there.
- I thought Darren Johnson's piece on Liberal Conspiracy was much more practical.
- Lib Dem Minister Chris Huhne is setting out the locations for new nuclear powers stations. The Lib Dems are opposing wind turbines in Maidstone. How credible are they as an environmental party?As the government slashes the Green Quangos, Philip Booth highlights a campaign to help improve things.
- Owen Hatherley looks at the fate of urban regeneration in the recession.
- A few more posts on water. Stockwell Pete on fluoride, Jo Simmonds highlights some videos, Making Waves on clean water, while This is not my country writes on water and Roma.
- Lastly, Patrick Harvie has a response to Stop Climate Chaos.
There's also nuclear weapons stored in the south that could be launched within, well, it would probably take a while to set one off, but they're definitely there! Also I heard Michael Gove slagged off Miliband's mum.
I know we're meant to forget about the hundreds of thousands of dead and move on, I mean they haven't had anyone killed since May for goodness sake, but it's becoming harder and harder to walk round Labour Party HQ with all the corpses that have been brushed under the carpet.
But this policy would have side benefits too. Not only would it help retake the south, it would be a Labour policy that Scotland could finally fully support too.