What you blog about

In the last three months on this site you have responded most to the following topics:

David Davis
English Votes for English issues
English Democrats
The Irish referendum on the EU
The battle of the Somme
European army
Modernising Conservatism and Anglicanism
Motoring taxes
MPs pay

(Top ten in order of number of responses per item)

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  1. Will S
    Posted July 26, 2008 at 1:09 am | Permalink

    What if this topic gets a lot of responses? 😀

  2. David Eyles
    Posted July 26, 2008 at 11:53 am | Permalink

    On the assumption that the number of blogs on a subject represents the issues that are of most concern to people, then your list above gives 5 about constitutional/political issues (I include the European Army as being constitutional), 3 are economic/fiscal issues; 1 is spiritual and tempory philosophy and 1 is historical.

    In some small way, this is a reflection of the times and the damage that is being done to our society and country.

  3. Puncheon
    Posted July 26, 2008 at 8:32 pm | Permalink

    John – I think you should also take a bow, since it demonstrates the breadth and topicality of your interests. After all, you kick-off the blogs.

  4. mikestallard
    Posted July 26, 2008 at 8:41 pm | Permalink

    How much weight will you put on this list?
    The top three are to do with personal liberty, top down government and intrusion into our privacy.
    The fourth is the dreaded EU.
    The others seem to be mainly financial, with some historical/religious debate thrown in.

    So how does this compare:
    a. With what the BBC, the papers and the politicians are talking about in the Westminster village?
    b. With Conservative Party policy?

    Only asking…..

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