You won't care.The Political Weblog Project is a collaborative effort designed to encourage MPs, Councillors and other elected officials to communicate more effectively online via the intelligent use of weblogs. Elected officials who wish to take part in this scheme must follow these simple rules that exist primarily for your own benefit:

Rule #1 - You must own (or be ready to purchase) your own domain name.
Rule #2 - You must use the technology to engage in two-way commmunication
Rule #3 - You must fund/source the weblog with your own money or resources.

Those who pledge to follow these rules will be provided with all the necessary assets and expertise at an extremely competitive rate.

What is a weblog?  |  Why two-way communication?  |  Why do I need my own domain?

More politicians need to be using weblogs properly. Maybe you can help.

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Starting and Running a Political Weblog
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Information for Members of Parliament
Information for Cabinet Members


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If you click on any of the 'Blogs' categories below, you will find that these entries have been individually backdated to correspond with the launch date of the blog that entry references (in order to provide a categorised and sequential history of these blogs).

 Blogs: All (31)
 Blogs: Campaign (2)
 Blogs: Councillors (Labour) (1)
 Blogs: House of Lords (1)
 Blogs: MPs (Conservative) (1)
 Blogs: MPs (Labour) (5)
 Blogs: MPs (Liberal Democrat) (2)
 Blogs: Proxies (20)
 Designers and Providers (4)
 Education and Seminars (2)
 Fighting Ignorance (6)
 General (1)
 News (2)

Category Archives for "Blogs: Proxies"

May 14, 2005 :: Kate Hoey (Proxy Blog)
March 15, 2005 :: Mark Pritchard (Proxy Blog)
January 29, 2005 :: Martin Linton (Proxy Blog)
September 3, 2004 :: Paddy Tipping (Proxy Blog)
September 1, 2004 :: Paul Keetch (Proxy Blog)
August 16, 2004 :: Steve Pound (Proxy Blog)
August 7, 2004 :: Glenda Jackson (Proxy Blog)
August 5, 2004 :: Jeff Ennis (Proxy Blog)
August 5, 2004 :: Eric Illsley (Proxy Blog)
August 5, 2004 :: Michael Clapham (Proxy Blog)
August 4, 2004 :: Keith Vaz (Proxy Blog)
August 4, 2004 :: David Lepper (Proxy Blog)
August 3, 2004 :: Frank Dobson (Proxy Blog)
July 2, 2004 :: Nick Raynsford (Proxy Blog)
June 22, 2004 :: Jim Cousins (Proxy Blog)
June 16, 2004 :: Sandra Gidley (Proxy Blog)
June 15, 2004 :: Sarah Teather (Proxy Blog)
June 14, 2004 :: Alan Milburn (Proxy Blog)
June 8, 2004 :: Lewis Moonie (Proxy Blog)
June 19, 2003 :: Tim Yeo (Proxy Blog)