Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
No response from Shane Greer yet. No response from CCHQ yet. No response from Paul Staines and his tax lawyer, either. But at least Iain Dale has responded to this…. and if you have the stomach to watch him hiding … Continue reading
You are invited to share this video with a creationist. (via) You are invited to share this video with a Bush supporter. (via) Actually, things being what they are (NSFW audio), in most cases you’ll be able to kill two … Continue reading
Sydney Morning Herald – Ads to woo British more sledge than sweet talk: Australia is to launch an aggressive campaign aimed at attracting a new generation of British immigrants. The ads for the South Australian Government include slogans such as … Continue reading
The Great Architect tells the tale of his struggle to protect his property… and also reveals something quite surprising about News International.
No response from Shane Greer yet. No response from CCHQ yet. But, thankfully, the creepy emails from a well-known right-wing blogger who shall remain nameless (for now) calling me a ‘nutter’ *and* threatening to somehow source my ex-directory number and … Continue reading
The last time Paul Staines (aka ‘Guido Fawkes’) went charging around with threats of lawsuits, several bloggers took it upon themselves to take a closer look at his past. Well, stuff me steadily if it’s not happening again: Richard Bartholomew … Continue reading
[Psst! Iain has finally fixed his comment permalinks! Hurray! And it only took the better part of a year for him to add a single letter to his design template.] 1. Iain Dale blogs about the bugging of Sadiq Khan … Continue reading
[Psst! Arrving late to the party? Read this first.] Over at LabourHome, some points are being raised regarding Alex Hilton and Jag Singh (who are involved in MessageSpace and LabourHome) about their relationship with Paul Staines. People are also asking … Continue reading
Do you remember Shane Greer, who filled in for Iain Dale on his blog for a while? Well, he’s decided to post this objective piece. And just when I thought this afternoon was going to be a wash-out*. (*I’ve not … Continue reading