March 25th, 2013

Media Bitch Fight: @ToryEducation v Suzanne Moore

The mysterious @ToryEducation has gone all Toby Helm on Suzanne Moore this afternoon:

Yadda yadda yadda…


15 Comments

  1. 1
    Blah says:

    What kind of libertarian wants to control how people spend money? UKIP. Showing there true authoritarian colours.

    • 7
      Their says:

      Any libertarian can be authoritarian when they come across someone who doesn’t know the difference between “there” and “their”.

    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      Im really getting sick of the ukip followers dropping the name all the time (not you blah!) they dont seem to realise they have no MPs, but they think they will be running the country in 2015 !im emigrating if we have to see more of Farage than we do now, he is such a bore.

    • 11
      Hugh Grant says:

      They’re. Thicko!

  2. 2
    Boris says:

    Bloody women!

  3. 3
    nothingsfixed says:

    should have called her a cis woman – that would get her going

  4. 4
    digitaltoast says:

    Oh dear, Sunny Hundal is being a prick about it:

    http://liberalconspiracy.org/2013/03/25/official-toryeducation-account-goes-on-wild-rant-against-suzanne-moore/

    Sunny wrote: “Keep in mind this is an official Conservative party Twitter account”.

    Well, clearly that’s a lie.

    To which I’ve replied in the comments:

    What are you basing that on? The accounts says:
    “Pantomime villain of leftie education folk”.

    It doesn’t appear on any of the Conservative twitter lists, whereas @educationgovuk does.

    Conservatives don’t use the word “Tory” in official messages either, so clearly you’re just deliberately misleading gullible people and whipping up hysteria among useful idiots.

    Why do you feel the need to do that?

    Let’s see how long that stays up…

  5. 5
    Geek Education Meister says:

    “The review of the National Curriculum was instigated by the Secretary of State in January 2011 and the new PoS published for consultation on 7th February. The deadline for comments is the 16th April. In accordance with the Royal Society and NextGen reports the term ICT has been replaced by Computing in the school curriculum .
    The new programme of study for computing sets computer science at its core but includes the need for digital literacy for all students.”

    Just sayin…

    • 6
      Geek Education Meister says:

      Oh and if this helps Ms Moore find some clarity…

      The National Curriculum for Computing aims to ensure that all pupils:

      • can understand and apply the fundamental principles of computer science, including logic, algorithms, data representation, and communication
      • can analyse problems in computational terms, and have repeated practical experience of writing computer programs in order to solve such problems
      • can evaluate and apply information technology, including new or unfamiliar technologies, analytically to solve problems
      • are responsible, competent, confident and creative users of information and communication technology

  6. 8
    I don't want to share the same air with Edinburgh, Labour voting dogshite says:

    Why does Guido give the attention seeking, boring bint exactly what she wants? Publicity! Ignore the silly bint. I don’t buy her tripe.

  7. 13
    Mr. Chips says:

    I suppose next thing they’ll be throwing triangular flapjacks at each other.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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