Author Archives: Tim Ireland

About Tim Ireland

Tim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.

Is Navigor a BNP front?

Poons would like you to help him find out.

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Stuff to chew on

Old people don’t like it up ‘em vs. young people don’t have it in ‘em.

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This. Lots.

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Heartily seconded

Chicken Yoghurt – Strangely Browne Still busy. With you shortly.

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[Too] busy doing something about it to blog about it…

… so here’s Dave with a thought or two. See you soon, folks.

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Lives are at stake… let’s grab a few votes!

I’ve seen some shocking effrontery from the local Tories in the past… but this little stunt takes the cake, chews it up and spits it back out in your face.

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Paul Uppal – can he be trusted?

Tory blogger in comment censorship shock. Gosh, I wonder where Paul Uppal got the idea that it was OK to delete negative comments from his blog and then lie his arse off about it? Maybe Praguetory – the author of … Continue reading

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Iain Dale’s Dairy

The new Iain Dale microsite is now live… come and chew some cud with us! Of particular interest is this static article, which gets to the guts of the anonymous bullying issue everybody is (finally) talking about. This measure should … Continue reading

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HP Sauce

Having seen this recent post on the subject of conduct over at Harry’s Place, I thought that this blast from the past deserved a mention. /justsaying

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The loudest shouters

Jonathan Freedland – The blogosphere risks putting off everyone but point-scoring males: Predictably, Wales and O’Reilly have now felt the wrath of the blogosphere themselves, their idea torched by net users who detected an assault on their free speech… Yet … Continue reading

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