Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
The Sun newspaper, in case you’re not aware, is the British Murdoch-owned tabloid that helped Blair’s government push the 45-minute WMD lie (even suggesting at one stage that they could have been deployed in 30 minutes), dedicated more column inches … Continue reading
LayScience – Dr. Joseph Obi cons the President of Gambia. Seriously. O.M.G. I’m with LayScience… Obi is ceasing to amuse me.
Independent – Opposition push for immediate Iraq inquiry faces defeat: MPs will vote next week on whether there should be a full-scale inquiry into the Iraq war to ensure that lessons are learnt from the mistakes made. The Tories will … Continue reading
Clive Soley is back, and he’s brought a few mates with him. Top stuff. See also: Clive Soley – Nine lords a’blogging (Clive is an elder statesman of blogging. He is also a Labour Peer. Just two possible reasons why … Continue reading
George Osborne: Hypnotoad (Dedicated to all those Tory bloggers who take emails from Osborne’s office and repeat them without question. Hat-tip to Hopi Sen for the inspiration.)
1. How many jobs does an ex-PM need? 2. I don’t mind so much myself; whatever keeps him out of trouble. 3. But I like this lots. 4. And LOL-BLAIR rocks!
1. Watch Iain Dale cry ‘stalker’. 2. Hey, do you remember during the recent MessageSpace affair when ‘Dizzy’ (Phil Hendren) sent these emails suggesting he might call me at home on my ex-directory number? 3. Well, he’s gone one better; … Continue reading
New Statesman – Total Politics or Total Ashcroft?: Watch out Rupert Murdoch, take note Lord Rothermere – there’s a new media mogul in town. Lord Ashcroft of Belize, Tory bogeyman, is secretly bankrolling the new monthly freebie Total Politics, to … Continue reading
Press Gazette – Mail on Sunday apologises to Russian billionaire over links to “rape and murder” allegations: Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov, the major shareholder in Arsenal FC, today accepted a formal apology at London’s High Court after The Mail on … Continue reading