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Monday, 21 January 2013

Linkage for Monday, 21st January 2013

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: First steps for a retirement without fear | Mail Online - Particularly complimentary about the Sterling work done by our very own Steve Webb from off of pensions

Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg's relationship is starting to thaw | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer

British fair play lies dead and buried | Nick Cohen | Comment is free | The Observer

Revealed: the most expensive government services » Spectator Blogs - Great work from Charlotte Henry

Tony Newman: Why People Who Hate Drugs Should Want to End the Drug War

6 Common Tech Myths That Cost You Money

Apple's arrogance is starting to get annoying – Telegraph Blogs

MEGAGRAPH: 1983's UK home computer chart toppers • The Register - Excellent analysis of what the home computer charts 30 years ago showed us about where things were heading

Philip Beeching: Why companies fail - the rise and fall of HMV

When the perfect becomes the enemy of the good | Scarlet Standard

Irrational drugs policies incentivise experimenting with the unknown | City A.M.

Enough of the false nostalgia: we don't really miss HMV. If we'd cared, it wouldn't have died – Telegraph Blogs

Save Nour. Well loved local food suppliers in Brixton being squeezed out by a 22% rent hike: Petition here:

Republican hubris on spending cuts: a character flaw that will ruin America | Heidi Moore | Comment is free |…

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