Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Last chance, Tory chancers

Quite often you’ll see some of these new(ish) Tory bloggers flapping their lips about how the right dominates the blogosphere, and that’s because they have the most interesting things to say, and Labour can’t hope to challenge them in an … Continue reading

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Asa Bailey continues ‘Conservative’ campaign

Marketing Week – Tory rebels under fire over ‘happy slapping’ viral ads: The campaign, created by viral production house Asa Bailey, uses real mobile footage to “demonstrate the darker sides of life in modern Britain” under Labour. Asa Bailey, founder … Continue reading

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More data on the Tory Sock-Puppet of the Week

I thought we got just a little bit lucky when Google cached this snapshot of Nich Starling’s tracking data from http://norfolkblogger.blogspot.com and decided to keep it for a few days. You can see from the screen capture below that it … Continue reading

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I think Iain Dale can identify Norman Lamb’s Facebook impersonator(s)

Iain Dale says; “Whoever has done this deserves all they get when they are found out.” When they are found out? Well, there’s genuine outrage for you. Iain’s so annoyed about this that he’s going to sit back and wait … Continue reading

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I am *so* outraged about another post

But I’m not going to link to it because I don’t link to people or parties that I don’t like (or items I feel I might have difficulty challenging in detail). It doesn’t stop me from being really, really cross … Continue reading

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Just checking…

If the BBC ran this story but also spent a few moments looking into the background of the organisation pushing it (i.e. using the word ‘Conservative’ somewhere and pulling up well short of yelling “Tory front!”), that would be typical … Continue reading

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More Tory sock-puppetry and smears

Mark Pack (LibDemVoice) – Who was the person who faked the Norman Lamb Facebook profile? Some lovely detective work by Mark. I have a couple of details and observations to add: 82.118.116.193 is the IP address connected so strongly to … Continue reading

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Well said

Chicken Yoghurt – In the vanguard of a new cultural revolution: The BBC clearly have much to learn from a Tory propagandist and a blogger whose stock in trade is third-rate gossip, homophobia and censorship. Actually, I thought at least … Continue reading

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Yo kids, this is the Hotniss (for real)

Stand back, kids…. the Tories have gone ‘street’ with a new video via Asabailey [*no they haven’t]. In fact, they’re so with-it that they’re down with their own YouTube profile; ‘smokedbadger’. (Tch. Someone really should have warned them that made-up … Continue reading

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Toys

Loving this. Gems to be found here and here. Oooooh… look at the engine. Ahahahahaha! Look at what just about anyone can do with it! Lots of possible entries lurk under the Parliament I.P. address 194.60.38.10. There’s a nice breakdown … Continue reading

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