In early September TOTAL POLITICS, in association with APCO WORLDWIDE will publish the 2008-9 Guide to Political Blogging in the UK. It will contain articles on blogging by some of Britain's leading bloggers, together with a directory of UK political blogs, and a series of Top 20s and Top 10s. The book will be available at the Green Party, TUC, Labour, LibDem and Tory Conferences, where TOTAL POLITICS will have exhibition stands.
They're asking for your votes to decide the Top 100 UK Political Blogs. Simply email your Top Ten (ranked from 1 to 10) to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a blog, please encourage your readers to do the same. Iain Dale will then compile the Top 100 from those that you send in. Just order them from 1 to 10. Your top blog gets 10 points and your tenth gets 1 point.
The deadline for submitting your Top 10 is Friday August 15th. Please type Top 10 in the subject line. Or you can of course leave your Top 10 in the Comments on Iain's post.
Once all the entries are in a lucky dip draw will take place and the winner will be sent £100 worth of political books!The rules are simple:
1. Please only vote once
2. Only blogs based in the UK, run by UK residents are eligible or based on UK politics are eligible
3. Votes must be cast before Friday 15
4. Blogs chosen must be listed in the Total Politics Blog Directory.
5. You must send a list of TEN blogs, ranked. Any entry containing fewer than ten blogs will not count.
6. Anonymous votes left in the comments will not count. You must give a nameSo, once again, the email address to send your TOP TEN BLOGS to is...
(Hat Tip Ordovicius)
Tuesday, 22 July 2008
- Tomos Livingstone looks at what has changed.
- Elfyn Llwyd notes the dates for the Presidential Hustings.
- Peter Black looks at MP’s opposing the Badger Cull proposals. More on this by Amlwch to Magor.
- Glyn Davies suggests Carwyn Jones is unstoppable. The views he gives on Rhodri Glyn Thomas’ resignation are also examined by Peter Black. John Dixon also addresses Glyn Davies post.
- Plaid’s Cangen Bontnewydd looks at the Welfare reform Green Paper. More here from Ordovicius who challenges the potential First ministers to give their views.