Normally, I would say the answer is no. However, Angus MacNeil does unfortunately fail the hypocrisy test on two grounds: Firstly, as I wrote earlier, he voted against the Sexual Orientation Regulations. In his view therefore, what a person gets up to in their private lives is fair game and legitimate grounds to be denied… Continue reading Is Angus MacNeil’s private life fair game?
Oliver Kamm is predicting doom and gloom about political blogs again: The blogosphere, in short, is a reliable vehicle for the coagulation of opinion and the poisoning of debate. It is a fact of civic life that is changing how politics is conducted – overwhelmingly for the worse, and with no one accountable for the… Continue reading Oliver Kamm: wrong then, wrong now