Wednesday, April 07, 2010

The Daley Dozen: Wednesday

1. Norfolk Blogger wants your advice. He wants to know how important you think blogs are.
2. The Slog reports that Martin Bell will endorse one of John Bercow's opponents.
3. Charles Crawford on Labour v Tory foreign policy.
4. Marketing Pilgrim says that John Prescott is encouraging fraud.
5. Mark Hanson interviews Trushar Barot, the BBC's Head of Digital Content.
6. Mark Pack review the election websites.
7. A Lanson Boy takes you on a tour of the Clegg Battlebus.
8. Antony Little's Norwich South campaign diary, day 2.
9. Simon Clark responds to the question: Should I vote for Nadine?
10. J Arthur Macnumpty has a nag at the LibDems.
11. FT Westminster Blog has seven signs the Labour campaign is tanking.
12. Ben Butterworth explains why he heckled Gordon Brown.

And as an extra one, read why Tom Bradby finds interviewing Gordon Brown such a bizarre experience.

And finally, here's the latest Guy News video...


Tachybaptus said...

If we're still on the subject of firing up, I suppose we'd better have this.

thespecialone said...

I think Tom Bradby is being generous to Brown! Bradby, in my humble opinion, is the fairest of the political editors on the main channels and goes out of his way to be balanced. But I do detect that he has become exasparated at Labour, whilst not altogether being for the other parties.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

I am quite happy to become Emily Nomates' first mate.