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The five must-read blogs from today, on left-wing bloggers, Nigel Farage and Charles Clarke

1. The online left thinks 2010 will be their year

Guido Fawkes blogs on James Crabtree's NS piece and predicts that the growth of the online left could help "consign the Labour Party to irrelevance for a good while".

2. The Noughties were Britain's first Tory-free decade

Over at Next Left, Sunder Katwala notes that the Noughties were only the second decade in modern British political history (after the Eighties) of one-party rule.

3. Buckingham Tories ordered by CCHQ to campaign for John Bercow or stay silent

ConservativeHome's Tim Montgomerie blogs on David Cameron's warning that he will eject anyone found campaigning for Ukip's Nigel Farage at the next election.

4. 10 key Lib Dem questions for 2010

Over at Liberal Democrat Voice, Stephen Tall lists the ten key questions his party must answer next year.

5. No ifs, no buts: Gordon is here to stay -- so let's get on with it

LabourList's Jack Scott says that Charles Clarke has made a fool of himself by calling for Gordon Brown to resign (again). He warns: "Changing the leader doesn't make it any easier to change our country."

 

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