Friday, October 15, 2010

Your daily six

We've got an interest crop of linklettes for your today;

  • Today is blog action day on water, if only I had time... however, among others these people did Crafty Green Poet, Doc Richard, Philip Booth and Ecomonkey.

  • Robin Blackburn is a very decent sort. Here he looks at alternatives to the Tory deficit in thinking. North of the border Jeff considers a tartan tax and the Guardian explores what companies need from the government to invest in renewable technologies.

  • This Liberal Democrat site is interesting. I get the impression that people like Spiderplant 88 and Chris Mills are not alone in feeling betrayed by their party.

  • Liam highlights the firefighters' strike in London.

  • I'm not a fan of the personalisation of politics on the blogosphere, but I think this piece by Andrew Dobson on Paul Kingsnorth's move towards a nature centred living approach is well worth highlighting.

  • Important information about Ed Miliband.

Date for your diary:

Parliamentary meeting - Is it time to scrap Trident?


  • Cathy Jamieson, Labour MP
  • Tessa Munt, Lib Dem MP
  • Caroline Lucas, Green MP
  • Professor John Foster, author of Trident, jobs and the UK economy

6pm, Monday 18th October
Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House, Westminster

1 comment:

earwicga said...

Another Blog Action Day post from This is not my Country