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 to be out and about later. So there.
6 So Farewell Then Nigel Farage After getting the referendum result he wanted, Mr Thirsty joined all the others in running off and leaving it to someone else to clear up the mess.
5 Daniel Hannan - Lost In Translation Dan, Dan The Oratory Man claimed German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble had said something about what George Osborne asked him to say on a visit to London which would drop the Chancellor in the mire. But just because he said it in German didn’t allow Hannan to get away with yet more dishonesty.
4 Sarah Vine - On The Way Out Mrs Michael “Oiky” Gove’s Daily Mail column failed to appear last week, after she had used her editor’s name rather loosely in an email which was sort-of-accidentally leaked to the press. Rumours suggest she has incurred Dacre’s displeasure, and if so she will be out at the Mail very soon.
3 Andrea Leadsom’s Far Right Friends The Tory leadership hopeful has been backed by the BNP, Britain First, UKIP, and even pro-am motormouth Katie Hopkins - and has not repudiated one of them.
2 Andrea Leadsom - Game Over After some detailed examination of Ms Leadsom’s CV, it became clear that she had been embellishing it a little too much. Not a good look.
1 Andrea Leadsom Manifesto Revealed Thanks to an eagle-eyed observer on an evening Central Line train last week, we now know that the Leadsom programme for Government is bold, radical - and totally batshit.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!
What on earth os that in the photo?
If that thing explodes, we are all screwed.
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