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June 23, 2006

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dearieme

"intellectual resources"? Ooh, I should say so, Missus. No, no, listen! LisTEN! Titter ye not. Nay, nay and thrice nay.

Igor Belanov

1951???

Surely it was only the Bevanites that swung to the left after that election defeat, and they were ostracised by the party leadership and the unions as a result? Labour was astonishingly moderate to the point of inertia for most of that decade.

Shuggy

Chris - I read what you have to say about managerialism with great interest, not least because there's no doubt that education in this country suffers greatly from this disease. I was wondering though how this would square with more direct democracy? Presumably this would mean people would vote more often and for specific issues rather than parties. Don't you think the need to sell a particular position on whatever issue was being considered would result in more rather than less spin?

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