Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Liberal Conspiracy launches

Liberal Conspiracy – We want to be the hub: There is no denying that Liberal Conspiracy is partly born out of the frustration that many organisations who champion liberal-left ideals do not cooperate much with each other. It isn’t just … Continue reading

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Spot the inconsistency

Independent – My Life in Media: Guido Fawkes Paul Staines What is the best thing about your job? The stalkers I’ve had. Some of them take it all a bit seriously… Name the one career ambition you want to realise … Continue reading

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Nadine Dorries: no regrets

The first post on Nadine Dorries: Feedback is now live.

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Because you want it and she asked for it

Nadine Dorries: Feedback No doubt her name will now be added to the rather selective list some people use to convince others that I’m a Tory-basher, but that’s life.

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Nadine Dorries and what she has (and has not) learned from Iain Dale

[Note – Garry has also blogged about this, because we have similar views on how bloggers should conduct themselves we’re both part of the same vast left-wing conspiracy.] Yesterday, Nadine Dorries was all-drama as she released her ‘Minority Report’. In … Continue reading

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Nadine Dorries to turn into pumpkin shock

Some chap called Peter has announced on the Nadine Dorries weblog (semi-functional permalink here) that; “Nadine will be blogging at one minute past midnight, there is a reason why!” If you don’t know why this might (stress might) be of … Continue reading

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Iain Dale: I bet you think this song is about you….

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

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Iain Dale: the zero accountability factor

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

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Iain Dale: focal recall

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

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Now that’s just taking the piss

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

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