Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement
Or, rather, Trevor Kavanagh has an unwieldy collection of sequential entries with no comments, no trackback facilities, and no outbound links. Jebus… don’t come down from your ivory tower on our account, Trevor.
Hey everyone! Dennis Paul has a brand new weblog! It contains two lovely ‘Edit Me’ links, and he still hasn’t learned to resize images, but Dennis clearly shows that he’s still got what it takes when it comes to local … Continue reading
Guardian – Ignore bloggers at your peril, say researchers: Bloggers and internet pundits are exerting a “disproportionately large influence” on society, according to a report by a technology research company. Its study suggests that although “active” web users make up … Continue reading
Today at 12.30pm Gordon Brown will make his Budget Statement to the House of Commons. There will then follow a rush by political journalists as they (maybe) digest and interpret the figures before writing their articles. While all of this … Continue reading
Now, let’s all try to be nice to the new boy. UPDATE – Best comment so far: If you intend this to be a personal blog why are you using your Government Department’s website? How much civil service time is … Continue reading
The Policeman’s Blog – More Police Blogs: (T)hese ones won’t be appearing on the sidebar because… well have a look and decide for yourselves. See what happens when Britain’s public sector takes a viable concept (in this case a blog) … Continue reading
World Weary Detective – This is the End: I have committed no crime. I have compromised no police operations. I have received no payment for anything published on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own. It is therefore with … Continue reading
Mark Pritchard – The Blog – Data Protection Act? pah: So how is this keeping my data in the strictest confidence in accordance with the DATA protection act? Because our inept MP can’t manage to stick his emails in the … Continue reading
Consider this a standing ovation.