Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Half-Time Special: Act IV (LOLCAT: SOCPA)

[Note: If you do not know what LOLCAT is, click here to find out.] [Note: If you do not know what SOCPA is, click here to find out.] About a week ago, I submitted a big pile of forms applying … Continue reading

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Half-Time Special: Act III (Nick and Elroy and a regrettable incident from their past)

You may recall Nick and Elroy appearing to defend Mr Secret Agent Man on an alternative and rather NSFW version of this Newsnight appearance. These chaps found their way out of a box during an attic-clearing process last year, and … Continue reading

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Some comments are more equal than others

Garry Smith encounters some difficulty when submitting a comment to the Sun website. The Mail website is just as bad, if not worse. One can only wonder how these jokers got the idea that comment manipulation and censorship was in … Continue reading

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Half-Time Special: Act II (Anne Milton and David Cameron performing a jig and shuffle for your amusement)

First of all, let’s have a look at the sentiments expressed by our main performers on the subject of MP’s expenses: “I believe the public are right to demand more transparency and openness when it comes to MPs staff, pay, … Continue reading

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Half-Time Special: Act I (a belly dancer speaks about human rights)

Most of you know Craig Murray by now, but you might not know too much about his lovely missus, Nadira. It would be a pity if this state of affairs were allowed to continue, so without further delay allow me … Continue reading

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The half-time match report (with Nick and Elroy)

Well, there it is, Elroy. The half-time whistle has just blown, and the players are clearing the field for what promises to be a spectacular half-time show. The official line-up is largely under wraps, but I’ve heard that we can … Continue reading

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These right-wing pseudo-bloggers don’t know what they’re on about

B3ta asks the question: “Have you been stalked? Or have you done the stalking?” The best answer is right here. Meanwhile (just in case you missed the update) Greer has graciously decided to completely fail to answer my question. Again.

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FFS, Iain… grow up!

Iain Dale is *still* refusing to confirm or deny that he himself posted this comment on Gavin Whenman’s weblog. He won’t answer my emails (he’ll probably bitch about the number of emails I sent him, ignoring the fact that there … Continue reading

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Greer update

I recently put this to Shane Greer: You did not merely express an opinion, you billed me as a ‘psycho reader’, dismissed every concern I might have about conduct in the blogosphere as an invention of a hate-filled mind, declared … Continue reading

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A dirty great fly in Paul Staines’ ointment of choice

If you’re new here, you may want to read this first. If you’ve been following developments (that I’ve been blogging because I’m a born attention-seeker that’s what bloggers do), then check this out: Matt Buck – Digital content in the … Continue reading

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