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 places to go and people to see later. So there.
6 Gavin Williamson Affair - THE TRUTH The Daily Mail front page spoiler, telling the world the Defence Secretary had had an affair but had been forgiven by his wife, was a dead cat designed to take the heat off him and keep him in line for The Top Job.
5 Presidents Club - Tories In Trouble One consequence of “Gropegate” was that two ministers were now on the brink. It always happens to The Blue Team.
4 Guardian Hires Smear Merchant Appointing Pippa Crerar, who shilled for Bozza at the Evening Standard and was a full participant in smearing Sadiq Khan, as the paper’s deputy political editor marked a new low for a once-great title.
3 Tommy Robinson In Van Attack Denial Stephen Yaxley Lennon went into full evasion mode after his name was pitched during the trial of the man accused of deliberately driving a van into a crowd outside Finsbury Park Mosque.
2 Murdoch’s Fergie Dilemma Would the Murdoch mafiosi tough it out over the lawsuit brought against them by Sarah Ferguson - and risk some very dirty laundry being aired as a result - or would they, instead, quietly settle to keep her quiet?
1 Uber - Downing Street Meddling EXPOSED The leaning on Transport for London to grant an operator’s licence to driver and rider matching service Uber - while not dwelling on the problems in doing so - was laid bare by more FoI revelations.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!