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    by Sunny
    26th November, 2007 at 4:25 am    

    <shameless plug>Yesterday, Radio 4’s Westminster Hour had a special supplement on Power and the Web, presented by Spectator editor Matthew D’ancona. Although I briefly feature near the end (plugging PP), the programme is well worth listening to despite the damage I may do to your ears. The second part goes out Sunday December 2 at 10.45pm and will mention Liberal Conspiracy.</shameless plug>


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    1. Kismet Hardy — on 26th November, 2007 at 11:44 am  

      Heh. Matthew was Head Boy at my school. We got treated to a sixth form college trip to go visit his digs at Oxford. Scarily clever dude. His brother Patrick was deputy Head Boy in my year. I want some of that D’ancona tao water

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