Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement
It was announced last night that no award would be granted in the Elected Representative category of the New Statesmen New Media Awards. I’m angry, but also baffled… so I need to take the time to investigate a few things … Continue reading
Do pardon the belligerent tone of the headline. I’m in a mood. Mark Pritchard’s Blog (or lack of it): So if Mark was Technical Manager for a company who are a leading UK provider of Domain Registration and Web Hosting … Continue reading
Harry is having a rough old time. He decided yesterday to propose a new regime of registration and banination, mainly because (in my view) he and his chums are having a hard time defending the indefensible. Now, there’s nowt wrong … Continue reading
The proxy-blog for Mark Pritchard is go. I know that I missed out on a few of these over the last 12 weeks, so if you’ve launched one recently and I haven’t plugged it yet, feel free to speak up … Continue reading
Guess which MP’s website made the shortlist for the New Statesman New Media Awards 2005.
BigDaddyMerk wishes to bring to your attention the weblog of Mark Pritchard MP, which appears to have been running since the dawn of time.
Today the Hansard Society has released a report Parliament’s failure to communicate with the electorate. What I’d like you to do today is to take a link to this post and forward it to your local MP with a short … Continue reading
Well done, Tom.
This one’s for Kate Hoey. I hope to be online a bit more from Monday onwards. Cheers all. PS – If you need something to keep you busy…
Do I get a badge for this?