Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Back to the Batcave

I’m disappearing from view for a time and leaving you only with this message. With the exception of the beta release of the Labour campaign return, some general housekeeping and an extra video release or two, I’m unlikely to post … Continue reading

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Boy, it’s a good thing the Tories hired an ‘expert’…

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Vidcast Fever!

Tom’s done made himself a vidcast! I can’t say that I agree with all of it (particularly the bit about politics “getting more decent the more local it gets”… *cough*), but at least he has a video… and that means … Continue reading

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Webcameron: Sam Roake and his backhand stroke

Sam Roake, who has been regularly name-checked for 3 months now as the head of the Conservatives’ web strategy, used to work for Google…. but what he actually did for Google is addressed almost universally as a throwaway line (in … Continue reading

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Thailand

People inside Thailand are chatting, reporting, debating and collating right now. Go see. A brand new purpose-built weblog (via) reports that a popular local political discussion site has closed down due to ‘over crowded news and argument’, so – on … Continue reading

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‘Cramlington Village Councillor’…. who he?

Oh, FFS… Gareth Davies: I had an email from Tim Ireland the other day, suggesting I’ve been slow to publish some comments about torture. I have. No conspiracy Tim, I’ve been busy. [Um… Gareth? I don’t think there’s a conspiracy; … Continue reading

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They what now?

It has just come to my attention that the Conservatives invented blogging… and quite possibly the helicopter. Rachel has more. UPDATE – Well said: “Harry’s Place – the blog meeting place for lefties all over Britian” WTF? I’m afraid your … Continue reading

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Dipsticks on parade

Remember to never ever stand up for what you believe in, kids. The costs are too great! The blows are too crippling! (cough) Dennis Paul Just under a month after ‘quitting’ his weblog, Dennis Paul has deleted the entry about … Continue reading

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Tell the world what you stand for

For Queen and Country: Tonight’s example of New Labour Delusion comes from the website Keeping the Faith. This is a pro-Blair website set up to support the beleaguered Tony Blair. It has a list of 50 achievements during his time … Continue reading

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Your chance to blog for Labour

Ick! Ick! Ick-ick-ick-ick-ick! (Eurgh. I feel all dirty now.)

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