Who are your favourite (and least favourite) non-Lib Dem bloggers

A new poll is coming to LDV: who are your favourite, and least favourite, non-Lib Dem bloggers. Nominations are now open, so please feel free to use the comments thread. (Self-nomination is allowed, Iain.)

There’s still chance, by the way, to vote in the LDV poll asking who you would have voted for, given the chance, among those Lib Dem MPs who ruled themselves out of the leadership race. Eyes right, if you’ve not yet cast your ballot.

Julia Goldsworthy and Charles Kennedy are currently neck-and-neck, with David Laws and Steve Webb not far behind. (I have to say I think Vince’s acting leader performance merits a little more than the 6% he’s currently showing…)

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24 Comments

  • readingliberal 20th Nov '07 - 12:05pm

    Not quite a blog but in Reading http://www.muckspreading.com is satirical heaven and the cause of a lot of it, http://www.janestheones.blogspot.com shines an interesting light on the travails of Reading Labour Party.

  • (in alpahabetic order: )

    Conservative:

    James Cleverly
    The Croydonian
    Dizzy
    Prague Tory
    Ellee Seymour
    Benedict White

    Labour:

    Antonia Bance
    Chris Brooke
    Bob Piper
    Paul Linford
    Snowflake5
    Jonathan Wood

  • Hmmm, perhaps my post included too many suggestions. Could the admins be kind and fish it from the spam file? Thanks. [Editor: Tis done.]

  • LiberalHammer 20th Nov '07 - 1:29pm

    That one about the Derbyshires from a few years back. Was never sure if the humour was intentional or not.

  • Surely there must be scores of people who have Chris Paul as their least favourite blog??

    His bizarre obsession with John Leech MP and defending the sickening Miranda Grell make most of his postings unreadably cringeworthy…

  • We must include Craig Murray http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/ – a man of courage if ever there was.

  • Geoffrey Payne 20th Nov '07 - 4:49pm

    Chris, no one has argued as far as I can tell that Miranda is entitled to appeal.
    What you failed to answer to is the nature of the person in the first place. She admitted in court to telling a voter about the private life of her opponent, which was none of her business, which was a lie, and a clear case of using homophobia to discredit him.
    On those grounds she should be expelled from the Labour party. Yet you turn a blind eye to her homophobia, I wonder why?

  • Chris, I dont have a blog – I have a life instead.

  • Peter Bancroft 21st Nov '07 - 2:48pm

    I’d say that my overall favourite blog is Guido Fawkes, but of the Lib Dems I think that James Graham is the most thoughtful and best writer.

    Actually, if you combine the two you get someone who actually represents my views :) James and I agree on liberalism except when it comes to economic liberalism, whereas Guido’s good on economic freedoms (and is a member of our sister party the Irish PDs, even though we wouldn’t have him), but his libertarianism on other things is a turn off for liberals like myself.

    For people I like to agree with on the blogosphere there’s John Calder and Kop Lob Pob a Job.

  • Chris Keating 22nd Nov '07 - 7:27pm

    I have to say I read Liberal Conspiracy quite a bit and it’s turnign out quite well ;)

  • Bridget Fox 22nd Nov '07 - 7:46pm

    I enjoy http://stephenslighthouse.sirsi.com/ in my day job

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