Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Iain Dale: the smear test

Times – Rising Labour star accused of telling voters: my opponent is a paedophile Daily Mail – Labour activist accused of branding political rival ‘a paedophile’ to win council seat East London and West Essex Guardian – Councillor sex slur … Continue reading

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John Redwood should show his readers some respect

Mirror – Fury as Vulcan attacks: Tory MP John Redwood launched a vicious attack on the parents of Madeleine McCann yesterday. He said Kate and Gerry were more interested in spinning to the media than finding their daughter. And he … Continue reading

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Yet another alternative Tory banner

This one’s by Beau Bo D’Or.

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This may ring a few bells…

Times – Rising Labour star accused of telling voters: my opponent is a paedophile: A Labour councillor who took an “unwinnable” seat from the Liberal Democrats did so by using smear campaign against her opponent, a court has heard… The … Continue reading

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Iain Dale’s not-at-all biased guide(s) to political blogging

Just a quick note, because I’m a in a blogging mood today; It has long confused me why, preliminary to any real criticism of that ‘blogger’, Iain Dale would describe Bloggerheads (as he did in the previous version of his … Continue reading

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Iain Dale outraged by Facebook-related insinuations

Oh, wait… no he isn’t. Sorry, my mistake. UPDATE – Oh, I do not fucking believe it… is he shooting for Hypocrite of the Year to promote his new book or something? Iain Dale says he does not like the … Continue reading

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A new Tory banner for you

Here’s another Tory banner for you. As with the previous one, it comes with its own embedded link: The Times – Blow for Cameron as treasurer quits over party’s ‘swing to Right’: An added headache for the Tory leadership is … Continue reading

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Would anybody like a banner for their website?

Let’s face facts… they went begging for it this time: UPDATE: Here’s some ‘copy and paste’ code that will allow you to display this banner on your own website. Please be aware that I usually only use SWF embedding code … Continue reading

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The Tory sock-puppet banner-backing bullshit-bleating bonanza

Ladies and gentle-persons, I’d like to begin by asking a question of the bloggers in the audience… If you were presented with a press release from your party of choice, would you: a) Ignore it b) Regurgitate it verbatim on … Continue reading

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Bunny-boiler invents stalker to help cement imagined relationship

Finally, Holy Moly coughs up something interesting (the highlight is mine): You may have read the article last week, Blur star’s stalker hell, in which a woman was cautioned by police for stalking Graham Coxon of Blur fame. The paper … Continue reading

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