Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
OK folks, it’s time to play an exciting new game called Where’s Wally Squad? To play this game, all you need is a pair of sharp eyes, and the following information: This Daily Mail article describes a person who is: … Continue reading
Daily Mail (!) – Was ‘friend’ who yelled abuse at police on anti-war demo a stooge or a thug, asks writer: As a throng of protesters built up by the barriers, an extremely animated demonstrator in a white T-shirt caught … Continue reading
Goodbye, George. If you have an hour (and a bit) to spare today, I invite you to spend it on one final blow-out. (And one for Justin.)
1. Like most people, I’m watching this nest of ants that David Davis has kicked over (latest). Murdoch’s scramble to and from the fight shows that he can’t afford to be seen diddling our democracy, and – candidate or no … Continue reading
Guardian – Kelvin MacKenzie unlikely to stand in byelection : The Sun has not referred to the mooted campaign by its columnist once in print since MacKenzie and Murdoch, the paper’s proprietor, discussed it at a party on Thursday evening … Continue reading
BBC – Protesters greet Bush’s UK visit AP – British police say up to 2,500 people show up to protest Bush and 25 arrested BBC – Three charged over Bush protests BBC – Brown and Bush in talks at No … Continue reading
Yesterday was the last day of my self-imposed curfew, and what did I do? I broke curfew! I surrendered to the demon drink after a couple of weeks, too. Like a total pansy. Tch. I throw myself on the mercy … Continue reading
So I’m hanging around just outside a quieter edge of the security cordon and I watch two cops walk past, fresh from McDonalds with 8 cups of coffee… and a single McFlurry for one very special member of the team. … Continue reading
Watch out. This could get silly.
Independent – Campaigners accuse ministers over Bush visit: Anti-war campaigners have accused ministers of caving into American pressure by keeping protesters well away from a reception for George Bush in Downing Street tomorrow…. Scotland Yard said it had not banned … Continue reading