Big applause to Ros Taylor

The Guardian’s Ros Taylor, hated by Guido Fawkes (and thus I am immediately a fan), has been writing spoof diaries from all the party conferences. They are genius.

Their mastery is that they are always just believable if you don’t read them too closely. So far, to my knowledge she has caught out me (though I mercifully didn’t blog it!), blogger and flirt of the year Stephen Tall, and even the Blogosphere’s very own Iain Dale. There but for the grace of God…

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  • Elephant Admirer 29th Sep '06 - 3:13pm

    I can exclusively reveal, though, that she has not succeeded in catching out Stephen’s fellow shortlisted blogger, Millennium Elephant.

    Millennium had something of a bust-up with her in Brighton and, despite her initial efforts to strangle him with his lib dem tie, they’re now bosom buddies …

    http://RosT.notlong.com

  • Stephen Tall 29th Sep '06 - 3:24pm

    Personally, I’m still not convinced it isn’t Chris Bryant writing it, and that Ros Taylor is the spoof creation.

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