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 Cambridge Analytica - Brexit Vote In Doubt The wrongdoing to be exposed was so serious that the referendum vote itself could be in danger.
5 Laura Kuenssberg MISSES The Story Downing Street was mired in the vicious outing of Shahmir Sanni in order to frighten him into silence - and the BBC’s political editor was telling everyone to give credibility to Dominic Cummings’ pre-buttal rant. Not good.
4 Uber - The Mason Presentation When TfL caught Uber breaking the law in late 2013, it’s clear that no-one should have been in the least surprised. They were told about “light touch” regulation, and the company’s malign intent did the rest.
3 Brexit Vote Fraud - The Dam Bursts New allegations against the Leave campaign include not just flouting spending rules, but a conspiracy to do so.
2 Uber Lied - But Were Taken On Trust The driver and rider matching service was caught breaking the law almost as soon as they started operations in London - but when they said they hadn’t, they were believed.
1 Tommy Robinson Free Speech Falls Flat Stephen Yaxley Lennon turned up at Speaker’s Corner to give the speech Martin Sellner would have given, had he been allowed into the country. But most of the crowd couldn’t hear as the microphone didn’t work.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!