Category Archives: UK General Election 2005

I’m getting sick of saying “on your marks….”

Electoral Commission campaign urges voters to act now: The Electoral Commission launches a multi-media campaign on Monday 7 February encouraging people to register to vote. The campaign reminds electors they need to register by 11 March to be able to … Continue reading

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Labour launches election slogan

Guardian – Labour unveils election slogan: Labour will fight for a third term under the slogan “Britain: Forward Not Back”, Alan Milburn announced today. Rejecting claims that the election motto was “vacuous”, the election strategist said it “symbolised the choice … Continue reading

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Veritas: more than it seems?

There was a pronounced delay between Kilroy’s departure from the They Won’t Let Me Be Leader Party and the launch of his own party – which was even then rumoured to be called ‘veritas’… and this man thinks he knows … Continue reading

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Contacts? Why is it always contacts?

I have a little job for you: I want you to go out and seek direct/agent contacts for celebrities that are unhappy with Tony Blair. Particularly if they backed/endorsed him in the 1997 or 2001 election and/or have spoken out … Continue reading

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Backing Blair – London February Meetup

####################### IMPORTANT ############################# There with be an inaugural planning/briefing meeting next Tuesday (Feb 8, 7:30pm) for all Bloggerheads readers in or near London who want the full-poop (or near to the full-poop) on the Backing Blair campaign. First beer is … Continue reading

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Lynton Crosby likes to fight dirty

Mirror – Tory Vs. Tory: Crosby’s tactics are already alarming seasoned Tory campaigners. Some are predicting it will be Britain’s dirtiest-ever campaign. Tory traditionalists fear his “Mr Nasty” approach will alienate middle-of-the-road voters… He has been embroiled in a string … Continue reading

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Posters, Doodles and personal attacks

On the 25th of January, the Labour Party sent an email out to supporters asking them to choose their favourite from a selection of ‘clever’ anti-Tory posters. The two that turned out to be the most popular – and caused … Continue reading

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Thank you, ITV and George W Bush, for your gifts to democracy

Let me make it clear that I’m sure this would not be a major issue without the Tories jumping on the opportunity they saw following Mr Lowest Common Denominator’s win on ITV’s Vote For Me…. Independent – Labour plays its … Continue reading

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The London Underground Song: now live with juicy Flash goodness!

OK, we’re clear to go live with this. I heard the song London Underground a few weeks ago and wasn’t surprised to see it bounce like mad around The Interwebs… but I did think it was a pity that it … Continue reading

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Disclaimer: I took one of your jobs and married one of your women…

Today Page 3 stunna Jak (19, from Tunbridge Wells) thinks there’s nothing racist about protecting Britain’s borders. She says: “We’re a small island nation and we’re already overcrowded. Michael Howard’s view on immigration is shared throughout the country. It simply … Continue reading

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