Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Sadiq Khan: something’s bugging me

[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

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A question for MessageSpace

[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

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Of course, other people have their own views…

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

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Hotline to a Catch-22

OK, I’ve been making some calls to people like the Legal Complaints Service and the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and it’s all terribly complicated, but here’s the situation in a nutshell: If I wish to complain about a solicitor who, when … Continue reading

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Is Paul Staines deleting evidence now?

When in contact with Paul Staines’ lawyer, I highlighted this entry on Staines’ own ‘Guido Fawkes’ website as proof of my claim that he’s an image thief (and that he publishes lies about me on his website): http://www.order-order.com/2007/01/no-comment.html Recently, Paul … Continue reading

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An appeal for support (a deliberate ping)

If you are on the list below the fold, I would like to bring the following to your attention: Recently, I wrote an article about Paul Staines (you know him better as ‘Guido Fawkes’) stealing images and bandwidth. Now I’m … Continue reading

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You silly boy!

You might recall that, quite some time ago, Paul Staines introduced a silly bit of code to his HTML that ensured that all links to his site from Bloggerheads would redirect to his t-shirt shop (in most browsers). At the … Continue reading

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Timewasters

Donal Blaney: Got in touch last night after I put it to him that he had not yet commenced proceedings, and informed me that he was awaiting instructions from the client. Read my reply (1 Feb, 8:40am) here. Can he … Continue reading

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Tell Tom your tech-dreams

Tom Watson – Just a bit tired but can you help me?: I have some responsibility for technology projects and want to use the blog to ask for some advice and ideas… All ideas welcome and who knows, you might … Continue reading

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