A well written blog which is easy to read if not very inspiring to look at.
Dumbjon's "kill-them-all-let-god-sort-it-out" blog is a triumph of freedom of speech - if not of coherent and insightful political commentary.
A nicely written attack blog but without much thought given to design.
One of our favourite MEPs' blogs, the excellent Mary Honeyball provides us with an informed, witty commentary on life in Labour.
An entertaining and well written blog, its main focuses are Scottish politics and the dispelling of statistical myths.
Ms Burrage's blog is a hotch-potch of different ideas with no real over-riding theme - you never know what the next topic will be.
Hfconwatch is exactly what it says on the tin - a blog, dedicated attacks on the Conservative-run council of Hammersmith and Fulham.
This blog is well written, well researched and, occasionally, hilariously funny.
A cheery little blog by a Redbridge Lib Dems campaigner.
Heather Wheeler certainly knows how to accentuate the positive.
Not so much a blog as an aggregator for health-related articles on the web - but it's no worse for that
Having left the legal profession after a high profile career, it's interesting to hear Carl Gardner's opinions, legal and personal on some of the very topics he was legislating on.
Another blog which at first glance seems mostly designed to advertise the author's books but on closer inspection reveals other content worth reading.
Now in its 7th year, Harry's place is one of the better 'blog collectives'.
The tag for this blog is "personal is the political" and there's no doubt Louise Whittle takes an extremely personal approach.
Enjoy a slice of Matt Buck's illustrative hilarity here.
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