Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Introducing the Links Dump

Teh Interweb is truly full of wonders and there's not enough hours in the day to mention them all on this blog, but there is quite a bit of stuff out there that I think is worthy of recognition in some small way. So in a return to the original spirit of web-logging, I'm introducing a new weekly links dump featuring stories and links that caught my eye.

Here then, in no particular order, is my first listing.

* Old lobby mucker Nick Assinder laments the sad demise of Annie's Bar.

* Recess Monkey investigates the (very fit) TV producer currently making a film about the sex lives of MP's staff.

* Tom Ewing celebrates suburban pop, with namechecks for old faves Prefab Sprout, the Sundays and Frazier Chorus.

* Ace rapper John Barnes announces his England comeback.

* Guido Fawkes calls the Lib Dem leadership election, 48 hours before the result is officially announced.

* Chris Mullin muses over whether A Very British Coup could ever happen these days.

* The this is network launches its latest World Cup Quiz on the Boys from Brazil.

* Renegade former diplomat Craig Murray fulminates on the Tessa Jowell affair, with a reply from yours truly.

* Andrew Roth remembers Stefan Terlezki, author of one of the great political upsets.

* Tee-mart launches a new line of Andrew Marr T-shirts - I kid you not!

That's all for now folks. Enjoy!

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