Blogging the election

[Keyword: ]. The Times provide a helpful list of bloggers covering the election. To list them here:

“Some websites try to remain neutral or dispassionate, such as , which allows political gamblers to place trends and events in context or the Guido Fawkes blog , which cuts across all kinds of political stories.

“The site (and its blog) is excellent at deciphering voting intentions, as is, which has clear constituency background information.

“British bloggers are just as partisan as in the US. Sites such as and make little attempt to hide their allegiances. Also good value are sites that pick on a party and knock it as hard as they can – labour watch, libdemwatch or torytrouble.”

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