Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
As Matt Warman notes under comments over at D-Notice, this issue highlighted in detail yesterday by Unity is in need of a ‘quick guide’, so I’m using his interim version here as an introduction… In a nutshell, a long running … Continue reading
SOCPA isn’t officially dead (yet), but – according to rikki, at least – it is effectively dead: Indymedia – SOCPA Is Dead And Buried: towards the end of the proceedings, the judge closed the case without allowing barbara to sum … Continue reading
The first incarnation of the Sun-Watch project is coming along nicely and will rumble into action shortly. Right now, I’m quietly going from invite to invite and making sure that each of our editors is happy in their work. While … Continue reading
Not that anyone will actually go to prison, of course. That would be silly. But it’s nice to dream and informative diagrams are fun to play with: Slate – Crimes and Misdemeanors
As usual, I won’t be taking part in this charade (or anything else this old fraud is behind). But this year, it looks like I’ll have some company: Bob Piper – Why I won’t be voting in Iain Dale’s poll … Continue reading
Chicken Yoghurt – Check on delivery: There’s a small but significant difference between the transcript of the speech Gordon Brown made to the Knesset today and what he actually said… Is this how he plans to later get away with … Continue reading
As I have a keen interest in greater political transparency and openness (some have even criticised me for being ‘obsessed’ about it), I have applied to become a member of the Sunlight Centre for Open Politics. They were allowing anyone … Continue reading
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Unity – Say goodbye to the Sith…: As I expected all along, Guido’s ‘crusade’ against the Smith Institute has turned out, on publication of the Charity Commission’s Inquiry Report, to be pretty much a busted flush. Overall, the Smith Institute … Continue reading
I’m a busy guy (I’m currently trying to explain SEO in a way that a child can understand… long story), but happily this one’s a slam dunk, and little-to-no-effort is required to explain it: – 1. Right to Know: 1st … Continue reading