Look, this is really just for me – so I’ve got one place to go through all the things i might read today (ish).
Guardian [Sat Feb 16th]
- Dad, I’m going to thrash you There comes a time in every parent’s life when their children start to outwit, outdo and outclass them. Damnation, says father-of-three Tim Dowling
- There are an infinite number of ways in which I would not like to die
- One million tiny plays about Britain
- American psyche
- This column will change your life
- Dork Talk
- Pop goes the property boom New-build flats sold four years ago at ?180,000 are now fetching just ?130,000. Miles Brignall reports from Manchester, on the frontline of the housing slowdown
- My worst job Stuart Maconie found neither office life nor moustaches suited him
- Space invaders Hotdesking is on the rise in companies who offer flexible working. But could sharing your desk stop you getting the job done, asks Ian Wylie
The Times [Sat 16th Feb]
- Once you start, where does the stampede of moralism stop?
- Barack Obama’s secret weapon plots a new course for election victory
- Permission to smoke? That?ll be ?10
- All right class, get out your Times atlases . . . Is it part of a newspaper’s job to educate?
- Dyslexia: spelling it out Dyslexia is at least recognised, even if parents abuse the system
and just some stories from the torygraph and the independent
- Why Tesco is a key part of our freedoms
- Martin Keown: ‘I rang my wife after the game. She’s usually very supportive, but she said: “I think you’ve gone and done it now…”‘