Am I the only one who thinks that ConservativeHome.com is often doing Labour's work for it?
Take today's frontpage. The first features noted are comments on the polls (as though the polls were going to magically go heavily in our favour the second the Labour leadership row blew), problems with obtaining membership data and an incredibly important piece on David Cameron's favourite tie. Then in the week in which Cameron made perhaps the best received speech in Scotland by a Conservative leader in a very long time and distanced himself from past Conservative mistakes, rather than highlight the positive coverage umpteen negative pieces are wheeled out to pretend the speech went down badly.
Time and again one feels that ConservativeHome is more of a thorn in the party's side. Having become one of the main sources of information for many party members the result is that often it needs to be reassured on much needed major changes - look at the way the announcement about the rearrangement of seats in some useless assembly was made.
Would "ConservativeAway" be a more accurate description?