Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
It’s [almost] 10 years to the day since Tony Blair first walked into Downing Street with the help of that lovely man Rupert Murdoch. And here is today’s news: Independent – Blair’s bloody legacy: Iraq: On the 10th anniversary of … Continue reading
… and maybe even (*gasp*) respond in an intelligent manner. Guido 2.0 – Honest John A fantastic contribution from Unity. UPDATE (30 April) – Not a peep out of either of them. Like most bullies, they turn out to be … Continue reading
And I’m doing my bit just by linking to it… CalumCarr – EXCLUSIVE: Traffic Calming BTW, if you’re a relatively new blogger and you’ve blogged anything about your local council elections recently (stuff like this or this), then don’t hestitate … Continue reading
Mr Ali (and people like him) should try to understand that people like me regard falsified campaign material to be a betrayal of the trust of the electorate… and poorly-executed falsification to be an insult to our intelligence…. Busharat Ali … Continue reading
Lib Dem Voice – Are Labour faking photos in Bristol? Looks like a slam-dunk to me. UPDATE – There’s something about inept photo manipulation that really doesn’t sit well with me, so I popped by Busharat Ali’s online photo album, … Continue reading
Iain Dale’s Dairy – Explain yourself, Iain I’ll remain calm and measured as I point out at incitement to murder is a criminal offence… I wouldn’t want to upstage everyone’s favourite drama queen.
Guido 2.0 – Paul Staines is a fact-murderer!
Mark Thomas – ‘Tony Blair is a cult’ Applause for that… and this: Indymedia – Mass lone demo breaks Guinness Book of Records
BBC – ‘No guarantee’ in terrorism fight: The government “cannot guarantee 100% success” in its fight against terrorism, the home secretary says. John Reid said he could only promise “100% commitment” from police, security services and the Home Office as … Continue reading
Islington Tribune – ‘Roadkill’ jibe sparks storm: Islington Tory Paul Newman should have known that jokes on the internet can backfire. Mr Newman, 42, maintains he was referring to his colleagues in Mildmay when he contributed what he thought was … Continue reading