Online trouble for the Conservatives

Via LabourList:

Just as Labour gets its new media act in order, cracks start to appear in the Tories cyber-strategy. The team that brought you Cameron’s Washing Up: The Movie is apparently under pressure and out of favour with the ‘old money’ at Tory HQ.

The Tories web guru is Rishi Saha and he’s trying to do some good stuff but from what I hear he’s not got the backing from the people internally who can make things happen.

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4 Comments

  • Sorry but using LabourList as a source?

    Surely you can do better than that.

    It is a laughing stock not a respected provider of content.

  • Why is Lib Dem Voice reproducing innuendo from Derek Draper’s joke site? Are they paying us for syndication?

  • Really a non-story and, as has been said, quoting Dolly Drapers joke site as a reference point is like quoting the Daily Express for news.

    We can do better than this, surely ?

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