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Tuesday, November 01, 2005
The LD2 Top Ten: October 2005
By Jabez Clegg

An entirely personal selection of the best blogs from Liberal Democrats and the liberal diaspora in October.

Let's start with the diaspora

Mark Salisbury runs a blog from Wigan, full of good beer, friendship, and liberal views. His posting on the drift towards a police state has already been singled out. It deserves a wide readership.

Over in Belgium, Paul runs a blog as part of his pulpmovies site. This post on left or right is worth reading.

Stephen Tall produced a good post on the education debate. Finally I disagreed on the prescription, but it is a good read.

James Graham has replied to the debate in an interesting post. (I´m on James' side in this debate).

Simon Mollan identifies the menace of the NIR here.

Chris Black takes a sceptical look at votes for prisoners.

Lynne Featherstone had to deal with a sexist attack from Labour here.

James Oates doesn´t blog very frequently, but when he does he is always worth reading. Here he takes on migration watch.

Stephen Glenn got personal in this post. I found it very sad and moving.

Simon Radford explored the quality of life on missing shade of yellow.
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