Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Usmanov oozing ‘charm’ again

This Sunday Times article has been fisked here. Do let me know if I’ve missed anything.

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Psst!

Some of you may have missed the busy day over at the Alisher Usmanov blog yesterday. Go see.

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Craig Murray is back online

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/ I’ve just fixed one final hassle with comments. Why not drop by and say ‘hello’?

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Little boys in blogshorts

Man, that is a *lot* of effort for a little biscuit, when a simple post or email would have settled it, but I guess Paul Staines has seen better days and Phil “I have no reputation” Hendren is still busy … Continue reading

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Keywords: ‘brown’ and ‘bottle’

Gordon, you’re a fool and an arsehole. What made you think that we’d be in a mood to hold our breath over your election plans after months of holding our breath over Blair’s departure? Dickhead.

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Somewhere, right now, a Tory is screaming “Witch hunt!”

Via Tom: Kevin Maguire – Cam’s big speech con: If David Cameron’s audition to be a cable TV daytime host was unscripted, a line swallowed by many newspapers and broadcasters, can anyone explain why the “speech writer” was last night … Continue reading

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How many MPs actually live in their constituency?

A big job goes begging…. A few Tories are up in arms over at Chicken Yoghurt, claiming that they’ve been misrepresented by Justin quoting them verbatim and linking to each and every source. The following thought occurred to me during … Continue reading

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John Redwood’s cackhanded approach to comments

A quick blogging quiz for you: What’s wrong with this picture? (Apart from the rather obvious fact that he doesn’t actually answer my question.)

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Bigoted Brits big it up for the Biased BBC weblog

I remember the good old days when the pathetic Biased BBC blog struggled for oxygen and the best they could hope for was some attention from Michelle Malkin, Instapundit and similar sources of right-wing ‘balance’ in the U.S. Sadly, those … Continue reading

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More on that nice Mr Shapps

A very detailed post from Alex Wilcock about Grant Shapps and his by-election adventures.

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