Saturday, 16 February 2013

Saturday Six 26

Good Morning, this week's Saturday Six is on schedule and under budget...

This article is one of the best things I've read about the current Horse meat scandal engulfing the processed meat industry - and the implied demonisation of those who buy Value Ready Meals.

The Daily Mail reports that 4 million adults have never worked. Stephen Tall unpicks the figures a bit....

Mark Thompson is a regular on these pages, this week he's arguing that the Pope's decision to stand down injects some humanity into debates on Popes and Monarchs having a vacation for life.

Vince Cable has picked up on Bristol West MP Stephen Williams' idea of distributing the state's shareholding in RBS to the population at large. The M&G Bond Vigilantes propose a variation on the idea...

The Eastleigh by-election is in full swing - and Liberal Youth are doing a sterling job in support of Mike Thornton.

Finally, news on a project which has seen several internationally renowned architects including Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry design rugs to be made by Afghan woman and sold through a not-for-profit charity.


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