Top of the Blogs: The Golden Ton (Nos. 61-80)

‘Tis the season for lists… All this week we are publishing the top 100 posts by Lib Dem bloggers, in descending order of popularity, for the last year – August 2008 to July 2009, inclusive, according to click-throughs from the Aggregator.

(Profuse thanks to techno-wizard and stat-monkey Ryan Cullen for compiling this table.)

In today’s second instalment we run through 61-80:

61. Neil Trafford: a sad loss (Steve Cooke)
62. Ex-Tory Staffer: ‘David Cameron’s liberal lie’ (Paul Walter)
63. Make Some Of It Happen (This Year, Next Year, Sometime, Never…?) (Alex Wilcock)
64. Baby P: David Lammy finally speaks…and insults Lynne Featherstone! (Andrew Porrer)
65. On Rennard, money and the BBC (John Abrams)
66. Finally, I make a decision on party president (Anders Hanson)
67. Public Services and ‘the parasitic classes’ – A classic quote ! (Barrie Wood)
68. Discontent on Lib Dem benches? (Jock Coats)
69. Olly Kendall gets it wrong (Andy Strange)
70. The best and worst MPs (Duncan Borrowman)
71. Prostitution ban will infantilise women (‘Costigan Quist’)
72. EXCLUSIVE: Lib Dems FPC vote to keep Scrap Tuition Fees policy (Antony Hook)
73. BNP membership list (Paul Walter)
74. PR will hurt the Lib Dems but we should do it anyway (‘Costigan Quist’)
75. Motivation (Huw Dawson)
76. Internal elections – is this the best we can do? (‘Costigan Quist’)
77. Is Tim Farron the LibDems’ best campaigner? (Liberal Vision)
78. Local elections – Friday open thread (Lib Dem Voice)
79. Liberal Democrats Or UKIP? (Alex Wilcock)
80. BNP Win in Bexley (Jonathan Fryer)

Top of the Blogs: The Golden Ton (Nos. 81-100)

With thanks to all Lib Dem bloggers for making the last year such a memorable one.

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