Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
[WARNING: Contains some justified swearing] Gordon Brown is a can’t. Dan Hardie – Iraqi employees: the numbers game Pissweak weasel-words are not enough. Further, the approach and timing (i.e. immediately before/after tomorrow’s meeting without acknowledging same) is an insult I’m … Continue reading
Dan Hardie – Iraqi Employees: Maintain the pressure: Gordon Brown may apparently be making a statement on Iraq to the House of Commons tomorrow afternoon, sometime after 2pm. He may or may not mention Britain’s Iraqi employees and the need … Continue reading
Man, that is a *lot* of effort for a little biscuit, when a simple post or email would have settled it, but I guess Paul Staines has seen better days and Phil “I have no reputation” Hendren is still busy … Continue reading
Gordon, you’re a fool and an arsehole. What made you think that we’d be in a mood to hold our breath over your election plans after months of holding our breath over Blair’s departure? Dickhead.
Via Chris Paul, who covers this and the not-entirely-unrelated scrutiny of the civic car park sale: (Psst! If this is new to you, you can find the earlier post here.) Surrey Advertiser – Council chief clears authority of poll rigging: … Continue reading
Via Tom: Kevin Maguire – Cam’s big speech con: If David Cameron’s audition to be a cable TV daytime host was unscripted, a line swallowed by many newspapers and broadcasters, can anyone explain why the “speech writer” was last night … Continue reading
A big job goes begging…. A few Tories are up in arms over at Chicken Yoghurt, claiming that they’ve been misrepresented by Justin quoting them verbatim and linking to each and every source. The following thought occurred to me during … Continue reading
A special treat for anyone who’s been on the receiving end of a “blogs can’t be trusted” cage-rattler from the MSM. Take a look and see how the big boys do it: Bloggerheads: The Alisher Usmanov Affair – Hooray for … Continue reading
… and attending one of them could lead to your arrest. Can you guess which? BURMA: GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION SATURDAY 6th OCTOBER 2007 Join us for a march and rally in solidarity with the monks and peaceful demonstrators in … Continue reading
In the greatest show of cheek since adopting the word ‘change’ for a campaign slogan, the Conservatives are now laying into Gordon Brown for playing ‘dog-whistle’ politics; partisan/projection nonsense aside, this is all part of a growing impatience with Brown’s … Continue reading