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Labour General Secretary Denies Involvement In Red Rag Smear Site

MORE news on the Labour smear allegations and plot.

The News of the World – press release below, (full story here) –  alleges:

“Labour’s General Secretary Ray Collins chaired a secret meeting to create the Red Rag website now ensnared in the Smeargate scandal.”

The Sunday Times has allegations made against schools secretary Ed Balls.

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Posted: 18th, April 2009 | In: Politicians | Comments (2)

Labour’s NEC Rejects Derek Draper And LabourList

DEREK Draper is on his way out. The LabourList blog is now so currupted it’s not even used by members of the Labour Praty for Labour news. As Guido notes, Labour talks to Ian Dale, the Tory blogger:

Labour’s general-secretary Ray Collins has thrown him overboard already.  In an NEC announcement leaked to Iain Dale, rather than LabourList, the entertainment provided by Derek was brought to an end.

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Posted: 15th, April 2009 | In: Politicians | Comment

Derek Draper And McBride: “I Wasn’t Lying On Purpose”

MORE on Derek Draper and Damian McBride, and the quote that may serve as his epitaph: “I Wasn’t Lying On Purpose.” As told to Channel 4 news.

The emails are here.

Draper defends himself on LabourList:

Imagine if all your emails suddenly became available to people wanting to damage you.

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Posted: 12th, April 2009 | In: Politicians | Comment

Order Order: Derek Draper’s Greatest Hit

DEREK Draper completely denies. Damien McBride says stuff. Tory Bear has a video:

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Posted: 11th, April 2009 | In: Politicians | Comment

LabourList: Draper Is Back To Front

DEREK Draper tells Tim Ireland of his ambitiosn for LabourList, the Labour Party’s blog:

“I am building a site for 60 million people, not 60 bloggers” – Derek Draper

Does he have any idea how the web works? Are we to be a one-blog nation?

Wonder what Mandelson thinks?

Posted: 14th, January 2009 | In: Politicians | Comment