Honestly? I'm still exploring. I have only recently become really interested in politics in the last year or two, since becoming a Mother and generally growing up a bit!
DP is a total Tory boy, very actively involved and we disagree on many many points but I agree with some overall principle. My Dad is an old school labour socialist so I have a certain amount of that ingrained in me and putting an X in the conservative box on a ballot slip doesn't sit terribly well with me.
Oh, and I voted Green in the Euros because I really liked Caroline Lucas on Question Time.
On friends recommendations I already read Guy Fawkes' blog and Tory Bear so a bit of balance would be no bad thing! Sorry, that was an awfully long-winded way of saying yes to links please.
Len, if you're trying to be mysterious you might want to consider a namechange
Ewe, I'd recommend Liberal Conspiracy for a fairly MN-like standard of debate (pretty well informed and not shouty and unpleasant): www.liberalconspiracy.org/ It is explicitly anti-Tory (but not in an aggressive way IMO).
Len reads a few feminist blogs I think. Most of my other ones are about international development.
On Twitter, I follow Sunny Hundal (he's the Liberal Conspiracy fella so if you like that, you'll like him) and Richard J Murphy (tax justice man). Again, most of the rest are international development/green politics types.
Heh, just found @realnickgriffin on Twitter. Profile says: 'Your democratically elected, indigenous, bonk-eyed representitive. I'm a danger to others and a national fucking disgrace.' Got to be worth a follow...
Fantastic development. Maybe now I'll start posting again, or at least reading posts. I find as my kids grow up (and back to work), I'm less interested in the day to day bickering.....however, I do miss my mumsnet. Eagerly awaiting to read more.