Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
What the hell is this? 7 weeks after I was promised payment by Emap, I get an envelope with my name and address hurriedly scribbled on the front. There isn’t a cheque inside; instead, there’s a BACS form for me … Continue reading
Feel the weight. Oh and, if you’re not prepared to call those responsible to account… get used to it.
OK folks, here’s a short video that’s designed to prompt, promote or enhance future posts about Iraqi interpreters. Embed at will… and don’t forget to push the petition. The plight of Iraqi interpreters (explained with post-it notes) [happily snipped by … Continue reading
Shh! Researching and building for a quick video (coming *very* soon!) Have some of this (via)… Vanity Fair – Rorschach and Awe: I did not set out to discover how America got into the business of torturing detainees. I wasn’t … Continue reading
If, by this time next week, Gordon Brown is not willing or able to stand on his head and juggle ice cream, he needs to provide a bloody good reason why. (waits)
Times – Channel 4 in row over mosque film Transcripts, please. Raw footage. All I’m seeing on Channel 4 right now is Krishnan Guru-Murthy acting like Iain Dale. UPDATE – AHAHAHAHAHA! At the close, Krishnan made a point of mentioning … Continue reading
I can’t possibly improve on Justin’s piece, but I would like to add that he’s spot-on about the strategic assault on support from the Daily Mail camp. To see how easy this is to undermine with a big, scary number, … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause for Clive, please… [applause] And now, a tense silence as we (finally) welcome to Teh Interwebs… a digital copy of the 2005 Labour Party Campaign return! [fanfare] This is version 1.0; it includes … Continue reading
Independent – Joy for protesters as Heathrow is denied ‘mother of all injunctions’: Environmental campaigners seeking to stage a protest at Heathrow airport this summer claimed a huge and symbolic victory yesterday after a High Court judge massively scaled back … Continue reading