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 have shopping to do. So there.
6 Nadine Loses It – Twice Mid Bedfordshire Tory MP (yes, it’s her again) Nadine Dorries entered the competition for the Deputy Speaker’s job. She came last. So out came the excuses. Again.
5 HS2, Crewe And A Monorail Cheshire East Council leader Michael Jones has been spinning a frankly batshit story about moving Crewe station and building the town a monorail. This was a proper pile of crap.
4 Gilligan’s Press Plan Porkies The desperation of those opposed to properly independent press regulation had reached such a level that Andrew “Transcription Error” Gilligan was summoned to compile a column of highly dubious veracity.
3 Fraser Nelson Duly Fisked The Spectator editor’s press regulation piece for the Mail was demonstrated to be substantially a work of fiction. What a surprise.
2 Boris Bus Reality Dawns The economies have started, with one route having conductors removed at weekends. There will be more, as the impact of this waste of public money causes push to come to shove.
1 Don’t Menshn Any Facts Former Tory MP Louise Mensch continued to fail to back up her wild claims about the Guardian having personal details of GCHQ staff
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!