Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Top 100 Labour Blogs

Today Total Politics announces the Top 100 Labour blogs. To view the full list click HERE. But here is the Top 20...

Here's the full list:

1 (3) Labour List
2 (1) Tom Harris MP
3 (2) Hopi Sen
4 (6) Next Left
5 (4) Alastair Campbell
6 Political Scrapbook
7 (5) Luke Akehurst
8 Labour Uncut
9 (14) Penny Red
10 Hadleigh Roberts
11 Socialist Unity
12 (31) Anthony Painter
13 (11) Tom Watson MP
14 (80) Mary Honeyball MEP
15 (12) LabourHome
16 (19) Harpymarx
17 (8) Blackburn Labour
18 (9) Kerry McCarthy MP
19 (24) Bob Piper
20 From One End of Kent

If your blog is one of the ones featured above, please feel free to put the following button in your sidebar and link it through to this post:

This list is the result of more than 2,200 people who voted in the Total Politics Annual Blog Poll during the second half of July.

Click on the blog to visit it.

All these lists, together with articles from leading blog commentators, will be published in the TOTAL POLITICS GUIDE TO POLITICAL BLOGGING, in association with APCO Worldwide. It will be published in October at £14.99. You can pre-order your copy HERE.

COMING NEXT: Top 100 Conservative Blogs


Pete said...

Totally O/T Sorry!

WTF should I have to pay Murdoch to watch the England international tonight?

FFS - it's a Euro qualifier!

septicisle said...

So, err, my blog can apparently be defined as "Labour", yet Though Cowards Flinch apparently doesn't? Interesting.

Iain Dale said...

Feel free to ask to be recategorised. Bloggers choose their own categories. They were asked to check in advance of the vote that they were in the right categories. Happy to get it changed. Just say.

septicisle said...

I don't care as long as I appear on the left-wing list as well like I did last year (far lower down the list interestingly as I recall).

Iain Dale said...

:) And you shall go to the ball!

Phil said...

It seems I'm going to have to say this for the fourth time. Iain, my blog, A Very Public Sociologist, is now a Labour as well as a left of centre blog. Unless there's been a catastrophic collapse in support I should at least be on this list somewhere ...

Phil said...

I'm tickled to see Red Anorak enter the top 100 - it's been dead for three years!

Iain Dale said...

Phil, Apologies. You have now been recategorised on the main database, so the issue won't reoccur.

We did ask people at the beginning of the poll to check that their categorisation was correct.

Phil said...

I know, Iain. Which is why I told the team my categorisation was out of date. But it's all sorted now, so cheers.