Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

Portugal campaign blogs

I’ve been advised by Rui that there is a election in Portugal on the 20th of this month and almost every leader of a major party has a weblog: Jeronimo de Sousa – comuniste party Jose Socrates – socialist party … Continue reading

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It’s shaping up to be a good week for Boris

First, a bit of good news. Channel 4 – Political Impact Award: Boris Johnson has won the Channel 4 award for the person who made the biggest impression on the politics of 2004. Now, a housekeeping report on Boris Johnson’s … Continue reading

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Boris judged by the Independent as a Top 12 blogger

Independent – My life as a blog: 12 of the best sites: Yes, this really is the blog of the tousle-haired Conservative MP. It’s a bit bumbling on the surface, but that disguises an honesty, keen organisation and depth that … Continue reading

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Poor Boris!

He was teased by Cherie and somebody messed with his bike. They’ll be stealing his lunch-money next, just you wait and see.

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MPs and candidates: my door is always* open

*This door is now closed.

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Boris spiked!

Boris Johnson’s regular column does not appear in today’s Torygraph. Instead, we get to read about Michael Howard’s views on immigration. Charming, yes? Surprising, no? Click here to read or leave a comments on Boris’s weblog. UPDATE – Guardian – … Continue reading

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OK, let’s try this again…

Hey everyone! Tom’s back! Oh, and you just have to meet Rodney Hylton-Potts, who recently won the blink-and-you-miss-it mess that was Vote For Me.

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I am Jack’s complete lack of surprise

This is a heads-up for all proxy-bloggers, some information about how well you’re doing and some ideas about what you can do during the upcoming election. A star (*) denotes a blog that is in need of love (i.e. there … Continue reading

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Gentlemen, start your engines!

I think we can look forward to the announcement of an election date shortly. We’re at the stage of last-minute manoeuvres. Speaking of which, you may recall that Labour sent two last-minute text-messages before the 2001 election; one mocking the … Continue reading

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Call for nominations

Lookintomyeyesnotaroundtheeyeysbutintheyesalwaysintheeyes…and you’re under! You will nominate Boris Johnson for the Elected Representative award in the New Statesman New Media Awards. You will follow this link and do this without delay. Aaaaaand you’re back! (walks away whistling nonchalantly) UPDATE – Cheers, … Continue reading

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