Politics & Social Media – what I said at mashup*’s Being-Social

by Stephen Tall on May 20, 2010

I was one of the speakers on the panel at Being-Social 2010‘s event on Politics & Social Media – alongside Tweetminster’s Andrew Walker, Tom Watson MP, LabourList’s Alex Smith, and Total Politics’ Shane Greer, with Gabrielle Laine-Peters moderating. You can (…)

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What I’d do in Labour’s shoes

by Stephen Tall on May 20, 2010

There’s no reason for me to offer this advice; still less reason for Labour taking it. But here goes …
I wrote last week about the potential danger to Labour of adopting a tribally oppositional approach to the Lib Dem / Conservative coalition government, at least while it’s enjoying its honeymoon:
The public, generally speaking, likes to […]

The differing approaches of the Lib Dem and Tory leaderships

by Stephen Tall on May 20, 2010

The Guardian reports an interesting, and revealing, distinction between the respective leadership styles of the Lib Dems’ Nick Clegg and the Conservatives’ David Cameron.

The two party leaders gave a taste of their different styles of leadership yesterday as they consulted their parties [on the full coalition ement, to be published today]. Clegg and his […]