Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
Crazy Indian Video… Buffalaxed! (link via) The original is Kalluri Vaanil by Prabhu Deva Sundaram. An actual video-based translation complete with links to MP3s (warning:untested) can be found here. And now, in the interests of cultural balance, I demand that … Continue reading
Wearing a poppy could get you arrested. Tell your friends or display a nifty banner like this one on your website:
I think from here on in it’s pretty safe to say that if Iain Dale claims to be outraged by someone’s behaviour, there’s a very good chance that he’s not genuinely outraged about the behaviour itself, but instead is merely … Continue reading
BSSC – In Conversation with Iain Dale: I think it’s unlikely that I’ll attempt any further conversations with Iain on his blog. In my experience, the suggestion that Iain can be held to account for what he writes in the … Continue reading
Garry has kept up the pressure on Iain Dale in an admirably polite manner and has been rewarded with this comment from Iain that – again – neatly sidesteps the question of his erasure of evidence (on his blog) and … Continue reading
The Times – Jack Straw rabbits on, and gets the protest vote: Jack Straw delivered a statement yesterday that included some grand constitutional ideas to do with war and peace, rights and wrongs. He also announced a review into the … Continue reading
Iain Dale once made it very clear to me that he had no intention of blogging an item about a Conservative calling their political opponent a paedophile, and this matter has come up in recent days. Iain is certainly aware … Continue reading
… but it’s true: Wearing a poppy could get you arrested. This matter was pressed during Red Nose Day as, yes, it was confirmed by police that wearing a red nose without permission could lead to you being arrested for … Continue reading
Follow the exchange from here and make up your own minds. To my mind, I don’t need to mention anything beyond Iain’s rather sudden and convenient memory loss.