Thank you to everyone who voted for this blog in the Total Politics blog poll, propelling it up from 36 last year to number 5 this year in the list of Liberal Democrat blogs. … Read the full post »
Read about the former Liberal Democrat blogger and activist, Mark Thompson – not to be confused with the former senior BBC staffer, Mark Thompson.
The problem in analysing the role that digital media plays is that the question is too often posed in a binary fashion. … Read the full post »
The National Union of Teachers, meeting for its annual conference in Liverpool, said politicians had turned a “vocation into a treadmill”. … Read the full post »
Six blogs have recently joined Ryan’s Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator, including John Leech. … Read the full post »
House of Comments Podcast Number 13 addresses the question, “What difference can political blogging make?”. It features Mark Pack and a metaphorical toilet. … Read the full post »
The 2009 edition of the Total Politics blogging guide is out, including a chapter from myself on the future of British political blogging. … Read the full post »
Mark Thompson has recently highlighted how frequently the Taxpayers’ Alliance is quoted in the media. Mark gives some reasons for this, but it’s a question highlighted again by a BBC report: Tim Newark, of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, accused the council of “experimenting” with public money. This is a rather strange comment because what’s the alternative to … Read the full post »