December 27, 2016

Comment Central

On behalf of the whole team here at Comment Central, we’d like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.

Since our launch a little over six months ago, we’ve had an astonishing 112,000 users visit the site 262,000 times viewing 315,000 pages.

The top ten stories in order of popularity were:

  1. Auntie’s still determined to remain in the EU – Rory Broomfield
  2. Labour risks being downgraded to junk status – John Mills
  3. Europe on the brink – John Redwood MP
  4. Youth of today naive to the horrors of communism – Chris Everett
  5. Look to Jurassic Park for Labour’s future (part 1) – Chris Everett
  6. Peter B’s political predictions for 2017 – Peter Bingle
  7. Castro and the left’s collective denial – William Walter
  8. Remoaners’ contempt for democracy – Henry Hill
  9. The demise of a once favoured think-tank – William Walter
  10. Zac Goldsmith: a fitting end to a failed career – Peter Bingle

Together, these articles have accounted for almost one-fifth of all page views the site’s received over the period.

Thank you to all of our loyal readers. Thank you for making the first six-month’s such a great success. And, lastly, we would like to remind everyone that we’re always on the look out for new writers. If you can write and have an original thought then please get in contact with us at: contact@commentcentral.co.uk.

Don’t forget to visit the site on Monday when the first article of 2017 will go live…

Happy new year!

Will Walter, Founder/Editor

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Merry Christmas and happy new year!

On behalf of the whole team here at Comment Central, we'd like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.
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