Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
1. The latest contact list just arrived, and I am now officially a local flood warden. 2. I have just received notice that my submission to the public consultation on SOCPA has been read/viewed. 3. Oh, and Paul Staines is … Continue reading
I was unaware that MessageSpace was Paul Staines’ own personal plaything. Somehow, I got the impression that it was a group effort and he was merely an advisor of sorts. Oh well. Live and learn… You may recall that Paul … Continue reading
Judging by past efforts of right-wing bloggers thugs, over the next day or two there are bound to be a few anonymous comments appearing here and there that seek to cast me as a New Labour stooge or even a … Continue reading
Note #1: This probably won’t last for long, as Staines is lurking nearby (even though he’d never admit it). Note #2: I am *not* including a hyperlink, because this has nothing to do with the redirection code that proves how … Continue reading
The following is the list of questions that I would loved to have issued to CCHQ days ago, had Paul Staines not released his semi-embargoed explanation for this turn of events at 6pm on a Friday evening (in much the … Continue reading
A message finds its way to the Telegraph that bigs-up Paul Staines’ role in Hain’s downfall…. and at the end of that email is a bog-standard disclaimer you would normally expect when receiving an email from a representative of the … Continue reading
The Rootin Tootin Cowboys discuss Iraq (via). Enjoy: The Rootin Tootin Cowboys 2 – Iraq (The Rootin Tootin Cowboys are John Hopkins and Gareth Tunley. And they rock.)
Well, I’m not entirely on board with the politics myself… but this is the best animation from Matt Buck to date, so it gets a link.
Tch. We’re pathetic, aren’t we? Almost a decade into the 21st century, and the long-promised flying cars, moving sidewalks, one-size-fits-all silver jumpsuits and cities on the moon continue to elude us. Remember when we used to dream of a better … Continue reading
It’s finished… and just in time. My submission to the Home Office in response to the Government’s consultation document on Sections 132 to 138 of the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 is a slide show in video format … Continue reading