Web Analytics Trust People (once an Englishman in Philly): Blogroll update

Friday, February 03, 2006

Blogroll update

Time to update my blogroll with a few new faces.

I've already trailed the return of Quaequam and the arrival of Richard Huzzey (just before he got big as the online proponent of the Huhne campaign). A third LibDem who's worth a read is Martin Tod, former Cambridge Union President, although he does get very "LibDem technical" at times!

From the blue corner, Tory Convert is a thought-provoking read and Iain Dale, who I should have added during the General Election is almost always salacious. James Hellyer, when he updates, has interesting ideas.

For the Government there's not a lot out there right now, but I ought to return Tom Watson MP to the roll now he's back as good as ever (although there could be a promotion coming after Hilary Armstrong's nightmare).

Speaking of Hilary Armstrong's vote from hell, it is quite easy to be tough on her when perhaps we ought to be congratulating a very sharp opposition whipping strategy. With Oaten turning out and the Government being drawn into a false sense of security you have to say well done to the Opposition Whip's Office. Well done!


At 3:07 pm, Blogger James Graham (Quaequam Blog!) said...

(although there could be a promotion coming after Hilary Armstrong's nightmare)

Really? Armstrong was entirely dependent on her lieutenants to tell her what was going on on the ground. I'm not convinced anyone in the whipping team is likely to get a promotion out of that debacle.

At 3:52 pm, Blogger Edward said...

I was being sneerily ironic!


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