Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
The race to the bottom continues in Australasia… Meet Stephanie Mills, who is a former Greenpeace campaign leader with some 20 years experience appearing in that link as a guest on the TVNZ ‘Breakfast’ show with hosts Alison Mau and … Continue reading
“We turned to see the police hitting people. A whole line of them lashing out indiscriminately again and again. Two officers close to me who had “Police Medic” written on their back were walking up and down behind the line … Continue reading
“Not a lot in tomorrow’s papers. Oh well, I suppose it’ll be Jacqui Smith’s turn for a battering again…” Iain Dale (at 11pm last night) “I hadn’t seen the video until I went to Sky last night to do the … Continue reading
Guardian – Video reveals G20 police assault on man who died: Exclusive footage obtained by the Guardian shows Ian Tomlinson, who died during G20 protests in London, was attacked from behind by baton-wielding police officer Analysis of that same video … Continue reading
Craig Murray has made the mistake of offending the blogosphere’s almighty gatekeeper: So the next time Craig has difficulty publicising this government’s complicity in torture, Iain Dale will withhold any publicity (via his website and/or his ‘politically neutral’ magazine) because … Continue reading
It is unclear if Glen Jenvey features heavily in War on the Web by Jeremy Reynalds, or if there are so many of his tall tales in it that his claim of being co-author is, ironically, quite credible: Either way, … Continue reading
Neither have you tasted my jesus (via) Happy Sunday Boot Sale Day, everybody.
(Pardon my tense… there’s a few things I’d like to put in the past.) For the benefit of the archive: This post first went live when the Dunblane/Express petition was delivered, as elements of the mainstream media made false claims … Continue reading
I hate it when publishers do something that’s obviously wrong/dishonest, and then refuse to publicly admit it and/or apologise for it in front of their readers. I’m not talking about one person here; I’ve got at least two newspaper editors … Continue reading