LIVE BLOGS OF THE NIGHT
ConservativeHome and Ordovicius. ConHome had just the right mix of fact, interpretation, gossip and commentary. im and Sam did their readers proud. Ordovicius hasn't slept for 20 hours. His regular and accurate updates were invaluable in giving us news from Wales.
BLOGS OF THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN
Arsembly, Blamerbellbriefs and Wales Elects 2007 were the three must-read blogs of the Welsh election. Arsembly is billing himself as the Welsh Guido. Sadly his performance on election night itself was a complete letdown. He went AWOL. Matt Wardman emerged at the latter end of the campaign as a leading political blogger. He even created a chatroom on election night. Tartan Hero provided good insight from Scotland, along with Scotland Votes and Mr Eugenides.
ELECTION ROUNDUP FROM THE BLOGOSPHERE
A typically honest analysis from top LibDem blogger Stephen Tall. He apologises to the Conservatives. The Dissenter's Voice is the only other LibDem blog seemingly able to smell the coffee. Blamerbell Briefs reckons the LibDems are the boggest losers of the Welsh Assembly elections. Liam Murray blames voters in Scotland for being stupid. Mark Pack is a LibDem whose honesty I have a lot of time for, but in THIS guest blog on the New Statesman he clearly enters the world of delusion. He seems to think the LibDems, rather than the Conservatives, have emerged as today's winners. And if you think he's got it bad, just flick through the posts on LibDem Voice or LibDem Blogs. Hilarious. Matt Wardman is a fan of Andrew Mackinlay. Stephen Pollard reckons we know today what we knew yesterday. Matthew D'Ancona reckons the Tories haven't done well enough. Kerron Cross becomes Howard Jones and reckons No One Is To Blame. And Kerron explains why he