Glyn Davies is MP for Montgomeryshire - who is sometimes so candid in his blogs you wonder whether he belongs to this vicious, media-savvy age.
The posts are by no means short but they are filled with well researched information and give a deep insight into socialism.
With humour in abundance this is a blog that will put a smile on your face, unless you are a communist or member of the BNP.
Outspoken to say the least this is the sort of MP blog that you've been waiting for, particularly if you're old Labour and furious with the party.
Need to know what campaigns are going on, election results or job opportunities within the Lib Dems? Look no further.
Archbishop Cranmer is ranked the 22nd 'most influential political blog' and the 24th most 'influential blog' in the UK by Wikio.
Seemingly left-leaning and libertarian in many of its views its difficult to describe a firm political affliliation for this blog.
The Appalling Strangeness is an entertaining blog whether you agree with the author's politics or not - the blogger used to be a member of the Conservative party until David Cameron started saying the same sort of thing as Poly Toynbee apparently.
Anthony Little is a Conservative local councillor and parliamentary party candidate for the Norwich South constituency.
This is a local councillor's blog and as such it's fine without being the most exciting thing we've ever seen.
Given the description Derek himself gives of his blog we're not sure there's nuch we can add.
Should do better. It's tone is suitably frivalous, given its approach to politics, but The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle still feels somewhat without purpose.
We're not able to tell which political party this blogger is affiliated to but Anglo Noel Natter's left wing credientials are fairly clearly on display.
This is a regularly updated, opinionated and well written blog.
From what we can gather from reading this blog An Englishman's Castle is a Conservative and libertarian blogger. It's a good read, well written and entertaining.
As many people interested in political blogging will know, MPs that blog are almost as rare as hen's teeth.
Not a brilliant looking blog nor updated very regularly (when we looked last it had just been updated after being left fallow for a month) but its nice to see a local councillor writing about issues in a local context.
This particular blog contains Andrew's musings on, well just about anything but there's just enough politics in it to keep us interested - just.
We know that many politically affiliated blogs like to chose colour schemes that are similar to the party they are affiliated to, but the use of green on this blog is a little off-putting.
Updated daily, this is a good local blog by a local councillor - recognised as such by becoming a finalist in the New Statesman's New Media Awards in 2007.
Andrew Allison is a Conservative blogger with a big C, a clear Thatcherite who believes the only way the Tories will win the next election will be by being radical.
The simple, basic design of this blog might put some off from examining its content.
While we're not particularly fond of the design of the site - the colours are a little off-putting although we can't exactly decide why - this is a good, clear blog that is regularly updated especially when comapred to many parliamentary candidate blogs.
This is generally another blog in the OK category.
A fairly basic blog with very little in the way of interactivity. This is an OK blog but fails to really excite or even raise the temperature of its reader.
This blog is quite clearly Libertarian in its views and it's difficult to suggest a political persuasion beyond that.
This blog is an engaging read and unapologetic in the way in which it expresses its views.
Alfred the Ordinary's blog has a clean and clear design, a decent comment function allowing his readers to interact with him and is overall a good read.
In amidst the posts on the art of running lie a top-notch set of opinion pieces.
This interesting and entertaining blog from Scottish journalist Alex Massie covers mainly American topics and provides fascinating and sometimes amusing posts on issues from across the Atlantic.
Alasdair Ross explains the goings on in the world of an Ipswich councillor.
We were hugely impressed by Cllr Folkes' commitment to local politics.
This is a well-presented, regularly updated blog. While it's not the most exciting read, the blog is well designed and it's clear Alan Collins has a lot of interest in politics, as well as designs on one-day becoming a Conservative politician himself maybe?
If you've read the biography of this blogger then you've probably read all you need to.
A political blog that occasionally veers into greener pastures, this unfortunately loses points for the fact that it doesn't update often enough.
What problems does the new administration face from Egypt? Why is America in constant campaign mode? These questions are all answered by our fake consultant.
A blog from a Liberal Democrat MP, who tell us all about the thrills and spills from Westminster.
The Adam Smith Institute gives you all the information you need about the newest tax cuts, bailouts and economic policy.
Unsurprisingly, considering the background of the author, this blog focuses on unions and worker-related issues from a variety of sources.
Hopi Sen writes a sparkling blog about the political issues of the day.
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