Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online.
Top CPS stories
- Nigel Knight blogs on the u-turns of David Cameron’s government and argues Cameron is a Heath character who lacks the ‘gravitas of Macmillan or the sure touch of Baldwin – ‘U-Turn? I want to! - David Cameron's first 18 months’ http://tiny.cc/zh7ar
- Head of Economic Research Ryan Bourne has some more thoughts about the Autumn Statement – ‘Autumn Statement: some more observations’ http://tiny.cc/2q773
- Hugo de Burgh blogs on the cultural bureaucracy in China – ‘China and its Culture Industries’ http://tiny.cc/qbr0e
- CPS Research Fellow Keith Boyfield in Dublin Finance - ‘The eurozone implodes: politicians’ dreams encounter a stark reality check’ http://tiny.cc/qik05
Today’s Top Links
- Don't let U.S. bully us over skewed Extradition Act: It's time for MPs to stand up for British justice (Mail Online) http://tiny.cc/oz5ll
- Christmas Should Be Political, Says Think tank Theos (Huffington Post) http://tiny.cc/ad1md
- Sketch: Ed Miliband's quest to woo women (The Telegraph) http://tiny.cc/rknp4
- The public overwhelmingly rejects taxpayer funding for political parties (ConHome) http://tiny.cc/hcu0b
- The Government's economic strategy is failing – Labour must ditch Ed Balls if they are to exploit it (Daniel Knowles, The Telegraph) http://tiny.cc/j9lcb
- Labour's secret army has turned on Ed Balls. Vive la résistance! (Daniel Hodges, The Telegraph) http://tiny.cc/ocukq
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