David Willetts, Shadow Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills, at a UK Conservative Party conference: “Bridget Jones is a real phenomenon, driven partly by the way the pattern of university education is changing. For the first time, in… Read More ›
Month: September 2008
…in a very tall glass, because I’m not entirely convinced that these are the hoopy froods (who know where their towels are) that we are looking for.
Author: blue milk – kinda radical feminist who kinda identifies with the “suburban mum” tag these days. Not so long ago Monica Dux, in promoting the publication of jointly-authored book The Great Feminist Denial, attempted to initiate a conversation about… Read More ›
We’re getting a lot of googlers popping by after searching variations on mccain obama compare and contrast I just rewatched the two videos on the original “Obama and McCain: Compare and Contrast” post, and they’re as relevant now as they… Read More ›
Off the record, it appears that some McCain team members think a wedding for Bristol would provide the perfect distraction from Obama’s talking points in the crucial last week. Inside John McCain’s campaign the expectation is growing that there will… Read More ›
The Times: US banking crisis: midnight delivers the $700bn deal: half now, half later After compromises from the White House, Democrats and Republicans, the deal will effectively give Mr Paulson $350 billion immediately to start buying toxic mortgage-related assets, while… Read More ›