Five blog posts you may have missed
It's often said that a week is a long time in politics, and it's probably even longer in the blogosphere.
With that in mind I intend to go totally against the grain with this blog post.
It is all the rage for blogs to highlight a digest of recent blog posts (Iain Dale's popular Daley Dozen for example).
I've just spent about half an hour reading over blogs, and it dawned on me that there are posts that sometimes I miss, or read and think are interesting but for whatever reason never link to or comment upon.
With that in mind I have compiled a list of five blog from the past few weeks, let me know what you think.
1. Larry Neild thinks Liverpool should appoint a Beatles manager instead of a new ÃÂ£75,000-a-yea tourism guru.
2. The Local Government Officer does the maths on a shared ownership scheme being promoted by a Housing Association and it does not add up.
3. Total Politics top 50 political myths
4. Peter Cranie dissects and analyses the Greens North West campaign in the European elections in the wake of their agonisingly close run loss to the BNP
5. Iain Dale reveals the heartache of losing in an election