Author Archives: Tim Ireland

About Tim Ireland

Tim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.

Push has finally come to shove

As much I’d love to bring you an opaque post full of tedious detail, this is all you get today; Mr Popularity strikes again… YouTube – Who wants to stand next to the President for a picture?

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Little Shannon Matthews is pure, concentrated evil

I don’t think the good people at the Mirror really thought this one through: Please see Septicisle for some thoughtful words on this topic. – – Also worth reading is Jean-Charles de Menezes summed up (via) – While I remain … Continue reading

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Feigned outrage (and a few incovenient facts hiding behind it)

Why are the Tories trying to convince everyone that there’s meat in the shit-sandwich they should be eating? Rheotrical question, obviously. Justin McKeating – V for Vacuity Anton Vowl – Well yes, when you look at it that way… Unity … Continue reading

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Alex Hilton vs. Johanna Kaschke

David Semple – Bloggers against libel: help Alex Hilton No. David T – Defend Alex “Recess Monkey” Hilton No. Iain Dale – “Some people may think I have lost my marbles when they read this post…” No! Alex Hilton – … Continue reading

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Damian Green: careful teasing adds volume

BBC – Row over Green ‘grooming’ claims: Senior Tories are furious that police who arrested MP Damian Green accused him of “grooming” a Home Office mole to leak him information… When police questioned Mr Green – the shadow immigration minister … Continue reading

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Martin Wiesner (aka ‘Pogsurf’, aka ‘Lobster Blogster’, aka ‘Tory Dipper’, aka…)

You might initially think that this issue pales into insignificance next to the million assumptions that simply must be made immediately about matters in Mumbai today, but I for one believe that the reliability of information is important across the … Continue reading

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Andrew Gilligan: Ailing Standards

After giving Andrew Gilligan puh-lenty of chances to either deny or defend the use of multiple false identities to praise/defend his own articles and/or undermine critics of Boris Johnson, I finally ran out of patience with the bloke and took … Continue reading

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Some anonymous Wikipedia edits by employees of Associated Newspapers Ltd

This afternoon, I used the almighty Wiki Scanner to have a quick browse through some old anonymous edits made from an Associated Newspapers IP address. (Primarily 195.234.243.2 by the looks of things, and you can browse from the most recent … Continue reading

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Fat lot of good it’ll do them in a battery cage, but…

This is the coolest thing you’ll see all day, if not all week: Chicken Head Tracking (Loving the new widescreen setting on YouTube, BTW… even if it does date my entire collection.)

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But he’s got you, dear boy…

Boris Watch has spotted it, and it slipped under the Guardian’s radar at the time, but I’d like to highlight this for regulars at Bloggerheads as a warm-up of sorts. This is a comment left on the Guardian’s website using … Continue reading

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