The Spectator shows how Labour is using your tax money to fund pro-government propaganda. And how Gordon Brown is playing a confidence trick on us.
Leg-Iron finds something creepy.
Anna Raccoon shows how shamefully the government treats pensioners abroad. And points out the confusion within UNITE about supporting Labour. AND how the government has started co-opting grocery stores.
Boatang & Demetriou see children wrapped in cotton wool.
The Australians discover the consequences of regulation.
The UK Libertarian has a conniption about the reclassification of Mephadrone. And points out the lunacy of accepting taxes blindly. And also points out what happens when you hide the price of a scarce service.
Obnoxio is bored by party point-scoring.
And finally, The Daily Mash sums up Britain in children's verse.
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