Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Call to arms

Fellow bloggers, you know I don’t do this kind of thing often, but this country needs your help and the stakes are high. It is also of vital importance that the response is high, and I cannot do this with … Continue reading

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Let’s play ‘spot the blogger’…

Conservative leadership contenders – who cares?

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Call for juice

All hail the Shagmaster General!

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Head-ups all political bloggers and elected officials

If you’re a political blogger or an elected official (preferably with blogging experience), I’d welcome any public or private feedback on the following preview of the Westminster seminar: Political blogging seminar preview (on the subject of potential abuse of your … Continue reading

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More trouble caused by anonymous cowards

Paul Leake chooses his blog over his party

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Censored by anonymous cowards

Europhobia – A Shot by Both Sides murder roundup I need to reserve comment on this for the moment, but the issue should be highlighted.

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Dennis Paul II

You’ve met Dennis Paul before… he produced this impressive pamphlet for the impoverished persons of Guildford. Now he has an unregulated online discussion room (read here or post here) that has – surprise, surprise – been detected and abused by … Continue reading

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OK, let’s get our arses into high gear

The Political Weblog Project. (Launch post is here.) We need more of our elected officials communicating with us properly online, and we need them now. The idea is to spread knowledge, deal with any misconceptions, and bring together a team … Continue reading

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Defunct Blogger.com weblogs in the hands of spammers

Just a quick question… two previously fully-functional political weblogs now appear to be in the hands of blog-spammers: http://pughwatch.blogspot.com/ http://libdemmike.blogspot.com/ How has this come to be? My best guess is that the old blogs were deleted or shut down in … Continue reading

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Political weblogs

I have a Boring But Important job I have to get on with over the next few days – finding the offcial starting date of all MPs or councillors who have started actual weblogs. (Same goes for proxies.) If you … Continue reading

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