Saturday 22nd August
Mark Pack explained why the Taxpayers' Alliance is wrong to oppose public sector experiments.
Sunday 23rd August
Stephen Glenn asked if LDV readers are headline whores.
Monday 24th August
Liberal Eye asked what the clear target for those not planning to go to university should be.
Tuesday 25th August
My Two Penneth explained how she fell in and then out of love with the Labour Party.
Wednesday 26th August
Jane Watkinson asked how there can possibly be another 12 year delay for Lords reform when Labour have already had 12 years.
Thursday 27th August
Another excellent post from Liberal Eye who traced the seven ages of supermarkets from "good thing" in the 1960s to "bad thing" now.
Mark Wadsworth highlighted misleading statistics around Cannabis related deaths.
The Other Taxpayers' Alliance has issued an excellent tongue in cheek "Media Guidelines" for reporting the Taxpayers' Alliance. There is a serious point behind it though. (This link opens a PDF file).
Friday 28th August
Liberal Burblings pointed out that the current youngsters getting their GCSE results are the first ever to have been fully educated under contiguous Labour governments.
And a special bonus this week. For all you fans of The Smiths, marvel at how many Smiths song title references Chris Packham managed to squeeze into this year's Springwatch programme with this little montage.