Posts Tagged “total politics”

48 hours left to vote in the Total Politics top blogs poll

by Stephen Tall on July 29, 2009

Yes, that’s right folks, you have until midnight this Friday to cast your votes in the Total Politics poll of Top 10 favourite blogs. This year, the poll is being co-promoted by Lib Dem Voice, LabourList and Iain Dale’s Diary. (…)

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LDV weekend meme: what is the state of the Lib Dem blogosphere?

by Stephen Tall on July 25, 2009

When Iain Dale asked if Lib Dem Voice would this year co-sponsor Total Politics’ Best Blog Poll 2009, he also set me some homework: to write c.1,000 words on ‘the State of the LibDem blogosphere’ by the end of the (…)

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Total Politics Best Blog Poll 2009: vote now!

by Stephen Tall on July 16, 2009

It’s that time of year again, when Total Politics asks blog-readers to vote for your Top 10 favourite blogs. This year the poll is being co-promoted/sponsored by Lib Dem Voice in conjunction with LabourList and Iain Dale’s Diary. The rules (…)

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Who do you think's the best political journalist in Britain?

by Stephen Tall on November 19, 2008

That’s the question Total Politics put to journalists, MPs and the magazine’s Facebook fans – and below, courtesy of The Guardian’s Politics Blog, are the top 20. As ever with such lists, there are some curiosities – for example, that (…)

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Total Politics list of top 50 Lib Dem blogs published

by Stephen Tall on August 28, 2008

You can see the full list over at Iain Dale’s blog, but here’s the top 10: 1. Liberal Democrat Voice 2. People’s Republic of Mortimer (Alix Mortimer) 3. Norfolk Blogger (Nich Starling) 4. Quaequam Blog! (James Graham) 5. Liberal England (…)

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The Iain Dale Total Politics top blogs list

by Stephen Tall on July 22, 2008

I have a confession to make, dear reader. There’s an email I’ve been, erm, sitting on while I try to work out what to do with it. And it’s from Iain Dale. If you read his blog (what do I (…)

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