Sorry for the long gap. Work commitments have taken over sadly so this blog will only be sporadic from now on. Today’s front pages: Guardian leads with a fascinating education story, Telegraph calls on Cameron to respect family values while The Times and The Independent report on the superinjunctions fiasco.
- @patrickgaley @nadimhoury They may not listen to political clemency, but will they listen to Twitter. If we all ask really nicely... 2 hours ago
- Google graph showing Internet to Syria cut again google.com/transparencyre… 1 week ago
- @marcusmason @MousaBaraka @watsoalex not sure I agree with the analysis. This is not necessarily about US decline, more about US disinterest 1 week ago
- I watched Beauty and the Beast yesterday. Basically just an advert for Stockholm Syndrome en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm… 2 weeks ago
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