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 serious food prep to do later. So there.
6 Arron Banks - Whose Money Was It Then? Mr Brexit started threatening to sue anyone who said he made his money from the Russians. So … were the Brexit millions he ponied up not actually his money?
5 Referendum Cheating - Enter Murdoch Goon As the Met comes under pressure to get on with investigating lawbreaking by both Leave campaigns, up pops Master Harry Cole to suggest the cops will start work if everyone backs off. Is the Police going back to the bad old days of selectively briefing the Murdoch press?
4 Tommy Robinson IGNORES Child Abuse Stephen Yaxley Lennon didn’t seem bothered if the abuse was being done by white males. And he hasn’t intervened to get his followers to back off their abuse of one victim who correctly says it’s not all down to Asian men. But remember, he’s not racist.
3 Daily Mail Anti-Semitism Attack WASN’T The Mail’s suggestion that two protesters were attacked by Momentum supporters outside an event last week isn’t proving easy to stand up. Probably because the most likely culprits are frustrated residents who asked the pair to back off using their megaphone but were ignored.
2 Tommy Robinson’s Major Military Mis-Step Stephen Yaxley Lennon’s attempt to use young Army recruits to raise his publicity profile came up against a Major in the Yorkshire Regiment who put them straight on the former EDL head man’s past.
1 Huddersfield - Tommy Robinson’s Shame Twenty males were sentenced for their part in vile acts of sexual abuse which went on in and around the West Yorkshire town. And Stephen Yaxley Lennon’s publicity stunt outside Leeds Crown Court could have scuppered all three trials that led to the verdict, and the sentencing.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!