Saturday, December 16, 2006

LabourHome has the right to remain silent

I've just been over to have a look at LabourHome and thought I'd grab a screenshot because there doesn't appear to be a single posting about Blair police questioning session. Nor is there anything about Gordon Brown's alleged involvement, as reported by Channel 4 and denied by Brown last night. Perhaps they'll write something later today, or perhaps not.

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7 comments:

Croydonian said...
16 Dec 2006 10:59:00  

Saturday AM and still nada. Come on you Labour homies....

Glass House said...
16 Dec 2006 14:14:00  

You're not looking hard enough - it's right at the top of the "recommended" section.

Not that the thread really went anywhere :)

http://www.labourhome.org/story/2006/12/14/11371/860

Ellee said...
16 Dec 2006 14:41:00  

Dizzy, That doesn't surprise me, and we can't expect Bob Piper to put us in the picture either, such a shame.

dizzy said...
16 Dec 2006 18:38:00  

glasshouse, it's not in the screenshot at the top.

Andrew Allison. A Conservative View said...
16 Dec 2006 19:24:00  

The difference between LabourHome and ConservativeHome is so stark. Conservatives will debate; Labour stay silent.

Glass House said...
18 Dec 2006 14:53:00  

"glasshouse, it's not in the screenshot at the top. "

Yes, it was 'recommended' later.

The point stands that I posted the thread on December the 14th and you were complaining that there wasn't anything about peerages on the 16th. Well...there was.

You should put up a correction.

dizzy said...
18 Dec 2006 14:58:00  

you just did it for me.


 

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