A big Thank You to everyone who nominated me for the Lib Dem Blogger of the Year Awards. Although it probably shouldn’t, I have to admit it means a lot to me.
Given the success of the Bring Back Wispa campaign, I am perplexed as to why my Save Dairy Milk Bubbly campaign has thus far failed to elicit much support. Surely the time is ripe for a nostalgia campaign, now that it is on its way out? Given how excitable people get, I’m surprised no-one (apart from me, obviously) has started bemoaning how our 21st century traditions are under threat.
Dairy Milk Bubbly has one thing over the Wispa – ridges. It’s a sure sign of progress. Frankly, I’m amazed that Richard Dawkins hasn’t already started charging from the barricades. Plus, I’m sure a Scot must have been involved in the decision somewhere down the line (a Welsh woman has already been outed) – how come the English Nats aren’t up in arms?
Is it me, or does this story look like its come through a timewarp?
Tories push online ads campaign
The Conservatives say they are adopting a “fresh approach” to politics with a pre-conference advertising campaign that will run exclusively online.
If this had been a story published at any point during the last century, then it might have been newsworthy. But in 2007? On a not-particularly slow news day?
Who has Andy Coulson been sleeping with to get this kind of coverage?