This looks like a really old post (I mean, it's from 2006 for goodness sake). Stay for the retro vibes but be aware any information in this post is likely way out of date.
Screenshot of the new site

Blogs made more in-roads into the political dictionary this week with the (Beta, of course) launch of webcameron, David Cameron’s new site. It’s only been up a couple of days so posts are still a little thin on the ground and I’m sure he’s still getting used to the idea. Design firm Head London have made a pretty good job of it all, and it fairly sings web 2.0. Everything is there - count them - Tag Cloud, Flickr feed, YouTube-style videos, guest blogs, widgets, PodCasts. Unfortunately there are a couple of non-Web2.0 code issues - a double doctype, inline styles and javascript in the hrefs, but it is light years ahead of what we would normally expect from a politician’s site.

The design is nice and clean, keeping away from the oh-so-obvious party-blue, and giving us a site it is actually pleasurable to be on. There is even a video clip of a conversation between (I assume) a guy from Head London and Mr Cameron regarding the sections of the site which haven’t launched and how they were going to deal with the high volume of comments. Now I would have thought that they would have given this a bit of thought beforehand, making sure that the early adopters weren’t left hanging waiting for replies. I’m sure there are several people employed full-time just moderating the comments, which all have to be approved before publication.

I hope that this site continues to be updated and isn’t left to be another fashion-following fad. Whether this is a good movement for politics itself I’m not sure - is it heading too far towards personality-led politics - but it does make the party more human, something which many large companies have already discovered.