Though LabourList is in my reader, I've stopped paying attention to their articles due to some real idiocy in the past (the defence of civil partnerships was without any sort of balanced debate on the actual differences between civil partnerships and marriages, for example).
But today's article is one that needs to be read by everyone. Coalition politics might not be here "to stay" but it's certainly here in this Parliament right now. Want to stop the Coalition from doing something you don't like? Then it'd be best to follow the advice in the article below:
In the coalition politics era Labour should court, not vilify, the LibDems
If you feel benevolent and particularly generous, this writer always appreciates things bought for him from his wishlist