BusinessWeek has an interesting (although somewhat short) overview of the political impact of blogging in this week’s edition – read it online here. Starting with a critique of webcameron, David Cameron’s video podcast / blog site, it goes on to chart the importance of political blogging in a number of European countries, and especially focusses on The Netherlands where the political importance of the web appears to be more developed than elsewhere. In comparison, the Labour Party (and especially those people high up in it!) seem to be far behind.
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@jonworth The referendum wasn't binding either, see how that has ended up ... ;)
Kindly f**k off
Newport is where I spent the first 18 years of my life. The place has a multitude of problems. But it doesn’t need Anne Widdecombe adding to them.
Ann Widdecombe rips it up a storm in Newport #WeAreReady @brexitparty_uk
So true. "This is the UK now, a country whose leaders will not dare be honest with the public about reality for fear that is somehow unpatriotic."
Don't blame the public for thinking it's quick and simple. It's what we're being told day in day out. https://t.co/OOgIejcgBZ
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