So what’s hot, and what’s not, in the past week’s blogging? Here are the six most popular posts on Zelo Street for the past seven days, counting down in reverse order, because, well, I’ve got a vat of curry to prepare. So there.
6 Paul Dacre – Not Waving But Drowning Still no-one knows what is to be proposed by Lord Justice Leveson, but his report is probably complete and ready for publication. But that didn’t stop the Daily Mail’s legendarily foul mouthed editor devoting eleven pages of his Friday paper to the ultimate hatchet job. Pointless.
5 The Delingpole Dissembly Unravels The excuses advanced for the blatantly fraudulent candidature of James “saviour of Western civilisation” in the Corby by-election began to fall apart. More excellent spectator sport to come.
4 David Mellor Pants Down Special The odious former MP openly smeared a man who had been serially raped as a child. Not only was this bang out of order, he also had no room to call out anyone, as this post demonstrated.
3 Arsenal FC – Be Careful What You Wish For Gunners fans, including Piers Morgan, have been agitating for a change of manager. Here’s why they should be very careful, and what it was like before Wenger (not good).
2 Greenpeace Stings – Fawkes Blog Lies Chris Atkins and Rich Peppiatt stung dopey Tory MP Chris Heaton Harris, who admitted he had put James Delingpole up to his Corby candidacy and that the latter was never going to put up a deposit. So the perpetually thirsty Paul Staines put up a false timeline to spin it away. Fail.
1 Corby Conspiracy – Delingpole Speaks While the clueless Chris Heaton Harris kept his head down in advance of a monumental bollocking from Young Dave, James Delingpole trotted out his excuses. He convinced nobody. Meanwhile, a complaint had been made to the Police about possible breaches of election law.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!