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 Pearson And Hartley Dooda CONNED These less than totally august pundits were taken in by fake claims over the four-year-old boy with suspected pneumonia who had to sleep on a pile of coats at Leeds General Infirmary.
5 Orwell’s Dystopia Has Arrived Our masters declared a great Peoples’ victory. But only for the benefit of Themselves.
4 Frances Barber Suggests Corbyn Killing claiming Jezza was a “Trot” and they wouldn’t go “till they’re shot” was not the minor thesp’s finest hour.
3 Laura Kuenssberg Goofs Again The BBC’s political editor, fresh from swallowing a totally false claim about what happened outside Leeds General Infirmary, suggested that electoral law had been broken, and that this was somehow fine.
2 Jeremy Vine - Give Your Head A Shake the former Paxman “mini-me” declared that those calling out Laura Kuenssberg were guilty of bullying. Wrong.
1 The Shame Of Laura Kuenssberg The Beeb’s political editor recycled a malicious fake claim about Matt Hancock’s SpAd being punched by a protester outside Leeds General Infirmary. It never happened. And she clearly didn’t check the available video first.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!