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Clegg opens up his “fairly thick Black Book” of Lib Dem plans blocked by the Tories – but is it enough?

by Stephen Tall on December 16, 2013

Last week, David Cameron revealed he’s keeping a “little black book” of Tory ideas he’s desperate to implement which have been thwarted by the Lib Dems. This prompted an impressively swift imagining by Lib Dem HQ of what that black book might contain – you can read it here. It also prompted Lib Dem blogger […]

Death of the amateur blogger? A reply to the replies

by Stephen Tall on October 28, 2013

I wrote an article yesterday about the eclipsing of the amateur blogger by the mainstream media. I titled it Liberal Conspiracy is dead – and so too’s the amateur blogger (more or less), which – at the heavy risk of scraping (…)

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Why I still <3 blogging > Twitter

by Stephen Tall on October 3, 2012

This post isn’t even meta. It’s meta-meta. Meta2, if you will. It’s about bloggers blogging about blogging. And in case that’s not niche enough for you, it starts off about Lib Dem bloggers blogging about Lib Dem blogging. On the (…)

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Hunt out to dry? Clegg refuses to back Tory culture secretary as Lib Dem MPs push inquiry

by Stephen Tall on June 2, 2012

Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg is piling the pressure on Jeremy Hunt, whose closeness to the Murdoch empire has been embarrassingly laid bare by the Leveson Inquiry in the past few weeks, by refusing to endorse David Cameron’s decision not to refer his culture secretary to the official adviser on the ministerial code, Sir Alex […]

Clegg a hypocrite? Nick’s critics are “playing the man, not the ball” says BBC’s Mark Easton

by Stephen Tall on April 6, 2011

The right-wing press was today in full self-righteous cry, accusing Nick Clegg of ‘hypocrisy’ for seeking to ensure fairness on internships when he’s stated in interviews before he benefited from family connections. Their argument is comprehensively refuted by the BBC’s home editor Mark Easton, who points out here quite how spurious such attacks are: The […]



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