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The Soapbox Recommends…

In Uncategorized on January 4, 2010 at 9:06 pm

Ok, I’m not going to waste time trying to pretend that this isn’t some sort of blatant attempt to disguise a lack of activity on our part, and gain traffic through linking to other blogs. But I also genuinely took time searching out what I think to be some very interesting articles written over the Christmas period (or thereabouts), and discovered several blogs new to me, at least two of which are just starting out, like ourselves. Keep a watch out for some new additions to the blogroll. So this could — though unlikely — prove mutually beneficial, as we do seem to have a couple of readers who come back regularly for more…

I’m not sure how regular these will be — probably monthly, possibly fortnightly. It depends on traffic, how much we manage to write ourselves, and how much interesting content we find worth promoting.

And in case any of these featured bloggers come here as a result, and like what they see, reciprocation would greatly appreciated…

Jack of Kent with further thoughts on the Paul Clarke case.

Ben Williams on that unlikely combination of Tories, headlines and opportunism, and the lessons for international relations in China’s execution of Akmal Shaikh.

Observations on the ‘Class War’ debate from ‘Guy the Mac’, Paul Sagar and Neil Robertson.

Stephen Wan on the relationship between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats.

Chris Dillow on the the concept of desert, and redistribution.

Pale Blue View on Climate Change.

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