Saturday Seven Up

7upIn the week that saw Gaddafi finally get what he deserved – bloody, sandy justice, another vain leader has a rebel problem of his very own. The blog has been the place to go for the twists and turns of Cameron’s growing referendum rebellion. We brought you the soul searching, the amendments, the letters, the briefing notes and the spin before anyone else. And we even armed the rebels

Elsewhere we haven’t forgotten the fact that Ed is still refusing to tell us about his private dinner with bankers and lobbyists, caught Red Ken on the champers, tracked the SpAd movements in the wake of the Fox-trot. Again it was a bad week for blog baddies Chris Huhne and Mike Hancock

This week 122,055 visitors made 326,976 visits to 511,422 pages. The top stories in order of popularity were:

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Quote of the Day

Speaking at the Salzburg Summit on the Brexit negotiations, Juncker revealed:

“No decision will be taken here. Whenever the Commission is too flexible things are going wrong.”

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