Long lists

Alix Mortimer

The People's Republic of Mortimer
Alix Mortimer

I am Alix Mortimer, head of state in the People’s Republic of Mortimer, where everything is perfect. I am a thinker-up and writer-down of things and southerner out of water, now living

Andrew Sparrow

Guardian Politics Blog
Andrew Sparrow

Senior Political Correspondent, Guardian.co.uk,

Andrew Sparrow is the senior political correspondent on The Guardian website. He trained as a journalist on the South Wales Echo. Since joining the parliamentary lobby in 1994, he has worked as

Owen Polley

Three Thousand Versts of Loneliness
Owen Polley

Chekov,

An unapologetic grab-bag of everything. With a liberal unionist flavour. Submitted blogposts Adams, intolerance and the principle of consent Weekend’s events graphically illustrate two very different approaches to identity Ross and Brand

Hopi Sen

A blog from the back room.
Hopi Sen

My name is Hopi Sen. Really. Escaping a lucrative career in advertising (which ended when I saw a lifetime of Daz adverts stretching before me and resigned in panic) I started work

Iain Dale

Iain Dale's Diary
Iain Dale

Iain Dale is one of Britain’s leading political commentators, appearing regularly on TV and radio. Iain is best known for his political blog, Iain Dale’s Diary, and football blog, West Ham Till

Jack Night

NightJack - An English Detective
Jack Night

The blog of a pseudonymous English detective. After winning the first-ever Orwell Prize for Blogs, Jack Night was revealed to be Richard Horton by The Times following a landmark High Court ruling,

Mark Easton

Mark Easton's UK
Mark Easton

Home editor, BBC News,

Since 2004 I have been BBC News’ home editor, a title which has some strange consequences. I get sent samples of “premium quality laminate floor-coverings”. I have been asked to review hammer

Neil Robertson

The Bleeding Heart Show
Neil Robertson

The Bleeding Heart Show is a blog of under-rehearsed and over-caffeinated stammerings from Neil Robertson, a Barnsley-born 25-year-old who now resides in Coventry. From time to time, the blog will contain ill-informed

Oliver Kamm

Oliver Kamm
Oliver Kamm

Leader writer, The Times,

Oliver Kamm is a leader writer at The Times. He joined in 2008, having been an investment banker and co-founder of a hedge fund. He is the author of Anti-Totalitarianism: The Left-Wing

Paul Mason

Idle Scrawl
Paul Mason

Economics editor, BBC Newsnight,

I’m Paul Mason, Newsnight’s economics editor, a job that takes me from Kenyan shanty towns to Russian hedge funds and Chinese factories. My blog is called Idle Scrawl. It veers wildly across

The Heresiarch

Heresy Corner
The Heresiarch

Confined by Lucifer to one of the lower circles of Hell, the Heresiarch nevertheless continues to campaign against all forms of orthodoxy. Submitted blogposts A Touch of Harry Labour and the lager

Tom Harris

And another thing...
Tom Harris MP

MP for Glasgow South,

‘And another thing…’ is intended as my outlet for opinions, jokes, musings and whimsy about a range of subjects including – but not only – politics. If you believe that politicians take