News of the Week: Eleven weblinks from the week just gone, recommended by me

  1. Four in 10 Lib Dem voters would not vote for party again.
  2. Con Dem Government welcome former banker Stephen Green to the Government. Tom Watson MP tweets Blimey. When Mr Osborne said he’d take on the bankers, I didn’t know it meant he’d make them ministers.
  3. Charity Shelter claim that almost 54,000 children already living below poverty line will be pushed even further down by housing benefit changes.
  4. The Coalition Government distance itself from a pledge made by the previous Labour government to abolish hospital car park charges in England.
  5. The head of the Police Federation today said “a touch of ideology” and bad advice to government from thinktanks had left the police service facing cuts that could leave up to 40,000 officers out of a job.
  6. London Mayor Boris Johnson concerned that Con Dem immigration cap policy will affect London’s economy.
  7. London Assembly member Jennette Arnold highlights Mayor Boris Johnson’s take on the ConDem cuts and recommends that Boris Johnson should vote for Labour.
  8. Odds shorten on Ken Livingstone winning the London Mayoralty in 2012 (Not that I’d want to promote gambling!).
  9. Boris’ Best Bits. As the Mayor of London announced his intention to run as the Tory candidate for the 2012 London Mayoral elections, Left Foot Forward looks back on Boris’ best bits.
  10. Theresa May forced to answer questions over phone-hacking claims.
  11. Lib Dem Vince Cable to press ahead with the sale / privatisation of Royal Mail
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