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 take advantage of another fine sunny day later. So there.
6 James Murdoch And Email Deletion The hacking claims that include not just the Screws, but also the Sun, now include the accusation that Murdoch Junior was involved in email deletion on a rather large scale. More to come on this one.
5 Farage Fouls Up Austrian Election Nigel “Thirsty” Farage told Fox News Channel (fair and balanced my arse) that if far-right candidate Norbert Hofer won the Austrian presidency, he would hold a referendum on EU membership. Which is overwhelmingly popular in Austria. Hofer lost. He was not happy with Farage.
4 Tory HQ Caught Inciting Hatred CCHQ’s Twitter feed took to naming and shaming Labour MPs just for the hell of it - after all, most of those named had voted FOR the Brexit timetable they claimed to have wanted.
3 Brexit - Fox Admits We’re Screwed The Government admitted that the World Trade Organisation membership will all have to agree new tariff levels for when Britain leaves the EU - that’s all 163 other members. In two years. Yeah, right.
2 Duncan Smith Defines The New Stupid Iain Duncan Cough authored a rant about the Supreme Court for the Mail. It showed that he does not have the first idea about how the Court works, or the legal issues involved.
1 Nigel Farage - Delusional Snob Mr Thirsty revealed his dislike for his own members, calling them “low grade people”. He then doubled down by whining that being an MEP had made him “poor”. Like heck.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!