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John Rentoul

John Rentoul is chief political commentator for The Independent on Sunday, and visiting fellow at Queen Mary, University of London, where he teaches contemporary history. Previously he was chief leader writer for The Independent. He has written a biography of Tony Blair, whom he admired more at the end of his time in office than he did at the beginning.

"The Independent's must-read man" - Daniel Finkelstein

You can contact John in the comments area or email him at j.rentoul@independent.co.uk

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A new dawn, is it not?

Posted by John Rentoul
  • Tuesday, 8 June 2010 at 09:54 am
The John Rentoul blog, with its Questions to Which the Answer is No and incisive World Cup commentary ("Is that the game with 11-a-side and a round ball?"), is moving to the new-look Independent Blogs.

You can find my blog here, or as part of the Eagle Eye group blog here.

So update your Google Reader, click the RSS feed, do whatever techie stuff you have to do.

Or follow me on Twitter, which will still carry links to my blog posts.

(It turned out, briefly, that the title of this post was number 337 in the very series to which I referred above, as the new Indy Blogs site was overwhelmed by a grateful public and promptly crashed.)

Photograph: Teri Pengilley

Comments

matgb wrote:
Tuesday, 8 June 2010 at 11:43 pm (UTC)
So that's it then. The Indy's experiment with LJ ends a year or so later, with LJ having failed to keep its best hope for future non-skeevy revenue.

And the Indy's done what it probably should have done at the time, and switched to Wordpress. Which will undoubtedly be better for you, but not as convenient for me. G'luck John, I'll check in occasionally.
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