My Ten Most Popular Blogs – Last Week

This is interesting. These are my most popular blogs last week. They’re ranked by number of hits, with the most popular first:

  1. Greco-German ‘Fingergate’ Gets Curiouser and Curiouser – NYTimes.com
  2. British Airways flight to Dubai forced to return to Heathrow due to ‘smelly poo in toilet’ – Telegraph
  3. Britain can only walk tall if productivity is reignited – Martin Wolf – FT.com
  4. Opinion – Forecasts of the 2015 UK general election, combining data from YouGov, publicly released polls, historical election results, and the UK Census – ElectionForecast.co.uk – John Gelmini
  5. Air pollution will kill thousands in Europe, EEA warns | EurActiv
  6. Forecasts of the 2015 UK general election, combining data from YouGov, publicly released polls, historical election results, and the UK Census – ElectionForecast.co.uk
  7. Disunited Kingdom: London in a world of its own – FT.com
  8. The Duke of Cambridge is the wrong man for China – Telegraph
  9. US consumers: Craft versus Kraft – FT.com
  10. Opinion – ‘Compromised & gone’: Pentagon lost $500mn of weapons, equipment in Yemen — RT USA – John Gelmini

Owen Paterson: Britain is letting America down over Army cuts – Telegraph

 

This is a must-read article from the UK’s Telegraph. Check it out!

via Owen Paterson: Britain is letting America down over Army cuts – Telegraph.

With news that France has taken over from the UK as America’s key military ally, it’s good to hear that there are a few real Tories in the UK Conservative Party, who are prepared to fight for greater defense spending.

Thoughts?