Blog: Political Closedown

I am likely to pick up another client between April and June – which, regrettably, means I will not have enough time to dedicate to this blog. I have learned that blogs only earn a strong following if they are frequently updated, and as of 1 April I will lack the time to update this one.

So, as of the end of the UK Financial Year, political opinion will be transferred away from this blog.

All is not completely lost, however! What I propose to do is as follows:

Political Opinion will appear, but based on work of my think tank rather than me myself and on the back of events we choose run (the next is on Flags/Symbols), on Breakthrough NI.

Public Affairs advice along with updates on health, welfare, economy and languages, based on the work of my company, will appear at Ultonia Communications.

Sport will continue to appear here, most Mondays.


4 thoughts on “Blog: Political Closedown

  1. Clare says:

    Work comes first Ian and great you are getting it.
    I have enjoyed this blog and thanks for all the work you put into it.
    Good luck for the future

  2. Kenny says:

    Hi Iran,
    Sorry to see you closing the blog, although its perhaps for the best of reasons, we all to earn a living! I’ve enjoyed reading your thoughts on a diverse range of topics, more so because I generally have different opinions. It’s good to have your views challenged and to re-assess them.
    I even enjoyed those regular ppl who responded with their own views, grumpy as some of them are. It’s been a good a good blog and well worth a visit.
    All the best with your new adventure.

  3. Kenny says:

    Isn’t predictive text a pain. Lol 🙂
    Hope you don’t go all nuclear, Ian!

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