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Iain Dale is asking people to nominate their top twenty political blogs so that he can compile a top 100 for his latest book.
These things are impossible to do, but glancing briefly through my feed reader, I reckon these are all good… but I’ve probably got them in the wrong order, missed people out, and made myself look stupid. But hey, no change there…
- S J Howard (of course…)
- Iain Dale’s Diary
- Guido Fawkes
- Nick Robinson’s Newslog
- Downing Street Says
- Dizzy Thinks
- Charlie Beckett
- James O’Malley: Living Legend
- Adam Boulton
- NHS Blog Doc
- Random Acts of Reality
- Boris Johnson
- Burning Our Money
- Dirty Leftie
- Paul Linford
- Mark Mardell
- Tim Worstall
- Tim McLoughlin
So what are your top tips? Hop over to Mr Dale’s website and post your list. You have until 15th August. Obviously, there’s no dispute about Number 1… 😉