Tag Archives: Prat of the Week

Prat of the Week (VIII)

Apologies for the delay in the publishing of this weeks Prat of the Week results. Members of the panel of judges have been busy. Tweets by Jane Basham, Luke Cresswell, Shakey, Comrade Drake and Alasdair Ross ware nominated and went … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment

Prat of the Week (VII)

This week the Ipswich tweeting pratocracy have been competing hard for this weeks prat of the week title. Tweets by Stephen Connelly, David Ellesmere, Alasdair Ross, Glen Chisholm and Ipswich Labour were nominated and went before the panel of judges. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Prat of the Week VI

This weeks Prat of the Week has been a bit difficult for the panel to decide. We only managed to have tweets by Aladsdair Ross and David Ellesmere submited. Alasdair did this retweet We must deal with all these people … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Prat of the Week (V)

As was announced to the winner this week. Prat of the week was won on Tuesday. But though the chair of the judging panel had made the announcement, it still had to go before the panel for discussion. The decision … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment

Prat of the Week (IV)

This week the competition for the Prat of the Week title hasn’t been as fierce as in recent weeks. Some people believe that this is due to the competitors amongst the local tweeting pratocracy, trying to avoid winning the prestigious … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Prat of the Week (III)

Last week, Ben Redsell asked why he hadn’t been nominated accusing the panel of being unfair. The panel responded with ‘For the interest of Mr Redsell the panel would like to respond to his suggestion that the panel is unfair … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Prat of the Week (II)

This weeks Prat of the Week competition has been very competitive so that even though the panel of judges have a great collective understanding of pratology through years of experience studying the Labour party, they have struggled to decide who … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 2 Comments