Monday, 1 April 2013

Five Most Popular Posts for March


The five most-read posts of the month were:

1. Sexism and Abuse of Power in the SWP
2. The SWP: A Short Obituary
3. A Note on Populism
4. Claim Benefits? Then Banks Charges are Illegal
5. Tories and UKIP after Eastleigh

People's appetite for the justifiably toxic Socialist Workers' Party knows no bounds. But, fingers crossed, I won't feel compelled to write about them this month. Readers quite like the UKIP stuff I write so don't be too shocked if they show up in the next round up. Also as the wave of local election interest breaks on the shores of political blogging, I expect a bit of electoral cretinism will creep in. But apart from that? Your guess is as good as mine.

Does anything else from March deserve a wider audience? Of course. And this time, it's a double whammy. The second chance saloon is bestowed on How to Tame a Zombie, my reading of BBC Three's entertaining living dead romp, In the Flesh; and yesterday's The War on the Poor.

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