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10 reasons why politicians shouldn't be allowed on Twitter

In an effort to come across as human beings, politicians have embraced social media to reach out to constituents and followers. However, sometimes it doesn’t quite work out for them, as we see below. 911 more words

Features

TORIES IN THE PINK, LABOUR IN THE RED, BLUE COLLARS IN THE CABINET, BBC IN THE MIRE

And with one mighty bound, Newscorp breaks free

Now that Ed’s gone darn Eebeefa for some Ecstasy action, things are beginning to take shape in the hit-the-ground-running corporatocracy being created by… 592 more words

Harriet Harman

Does anyone read Wikipedia around the election time?

I already have written about the Wikipedia-Shapps story. So, that is not the main topic of this post! But when that topic was still hot, some people asked me whether I think anyone ever actually reads the Wikipedia articles about politicians? 364 more words

Oii

EXCLUSIVE: NEW ROYAL BABY GIVES WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT TO CONSERVATIVES

Anonymous Windsor Babe in moving plea for Nation to halt socialist hordes

In an amazing political coup that has dwarfed Ed Miliband’s crossed-swords session with Russell Brand, David Cameron has an exclusive 27-page interview in tomorrow’s Daily Torynaff with the new Royal baby. 193 more words

David Cameron

At the End of the Day

The reality that follows every hope-filled erection

A culture bashed by wooden lies

is stunned as every voter tries

to look beyond left-field blue skies… 217 more words

At The End Of The Day

Wikipedia reveals Grant Shapps as the next Spiderman

Despite denying his involvement in secretly altering Wikipedia, the Conservative Party chairman has struggled to explain some of the more hyperbolic entries on his biography. Not only is he attributed with the ‘invention of the iWatch’ and scoring ‘30 goals for Tottenham Hotspurs’ but Mr. 189 more words

Satire

Small Business letter to the Telegraph; an attempt to defraud the electorate?

How the letter from small business owners to the Telegraph in support of the Tories fell apart

UPDATE 21:00 The list is back up. Scanning it for changes. 1,618 more words