29 August 2006

What Next?

I'm damned busy with paid work at the moment, so I decided to write a list setting a flavour of what I want to blog about next. Please feel free to make comments/suggestions;

Judgement Day - Reid's First 100 Days
My Bottom 5 Labour Blogs - who's poor and why.
The Constituency System - Why PR Doesn't Work for me.
Land Value Tax - A Great Idea
How To Reduce Car Crime
Too Many Building Regs
Fascists In Slovakia - tensions with Hungary
Life In A Border Town - a report from the EU's Ukrainian border
Blogger Anonymity - the pros and cons
Estonia & Latvia - The Right Way (bit of research needed for this one - it's about how these are the only two ex-Commie countries to consistently vote right)

5 comments:

Ellee Seymour said...

I think I would like to know why PR doesn't work for you, and to see if I could convince you otherwise. Why not read the testimonials on my site.

Ellee Seymour said...

I'm also very interested in Estonia and Latvia - perhaps you can throw in Bulgaria and Romania too! I am also concerned about Kaliningrad being left in the wilderness, a tiny Russian enclave surrounded by the EU.

Praguetory said...

I'm arguing with Brighton Regency blogger Neil Harding about PR at the moment. I'm open to discuss electoral reform but MPs must be responsive to their electorates which FPTP delivers far better than PR as far as I can see. I'll pop over to your site and take a look, anyway.

Croydonian said...

They all sound worthy topics. I was hoping to e-mail you (but I couldn't find one for you in CZ) a story in the Graunaid yesterday, which I felt was in your demarcation if likely to send your blood pressure into the stratosphere: http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,,1860056,00.html

The basic premise is that the fall of the Eastern Bloc was a really bad thing....

Craig said...

John Reids first 100 days ... my initial thought on seeing he and Douglas Alexander in the bunker when they stopped the hijacking / terror attacks (etc) was "My God, don't they look intensely sinister".

Or is that just me?