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 Tommy Robinson Threatens Murder Stephen Yaxley Lennon was caught on record telling Ali Dawah that he would not only “kill him”, but “kill him instantly”. One for his pals at Bedfordshire Police to look at, perhaps.
5 Nigel Farage - Arrest Soon? Mr Thirsty, who is already a “person of interest” to the FBI, has now been fingered as a regular visitor to the Ecuadorian embassy in London to see Julian Assange, regarded to be a Russian asset. And taking him a thumb drive.
4 Guido Fawked - Fake News Hypocrisy The perpetually thirsty Paul Staines and his rabble at the Guido Fawkes blog went after James O’Brien for not deleting wrong information - which they do all the time. Another fine mess.
3 Tory Press - Don’t Mention Carillion Paul Mason was proved right when, the morning after the Carillion collapse, the right-leaning part of the press either relegated the story to a very minor item, or kept it off the front page altogether. The Daily Mail even used an Iceland supermarkets press release as its lead story instead!
2 Toby Young - The REAL Reason He Went Another week on the Top Six for this post - the loathsome Tobes knew he was about to be identified as an attendee and speaker at a eugenics conference just before he resigned his board position at the newly formed Office for Students.
1 McDonnell - Sunday Politics In Trouble The BBC’s flagship politics show once again came under fire after making claims about shadow chancellor John McDonnell which then had to be “clarified”.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!