Friday, December 22, 2006

Poll: Best Weekday Political Print Journalist

Another day, another poll, this time for your best weekday newspaper journalist of the year. Vote in the left hand column. The poll result will be published next week.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

A poll for the dead tree brigade? Hmmm! Are we already seeking to pander to the Red Tops?

Snowy McDonald said...

Is it possible to have a write-in vote next year?

Stroppy said...

Is it possible to have a none of the above answer?

Anonymous said...

I really hope we get a poll for the best Iain Dale's Diary poll...

wonderful for his age (aged 6 3/4 ) said...

Where is Boris?

verity said...

Where's Bill Deedes? Where's Quentin Letts? Even, where's Matthew d'Ancona?

And, echoing Stroppy, where's None of The Above?

Anonymous said...

Where is Heffer? These polls are pointless.

Iain Dale said...

Verity and anonymous, you really don't read do you? This is a poll for political news journalists, not columnists or sketch writers. Heffer is not a news journalist.

verity said...

Iain Dale said: Verity and anonymous, you really don't read do you? This is a poll for political news journalists,".

My non-reading led me to read the heading of the poll: "best Weekday Political Print Journalist". I've looked for an anagram or trick wording, but I cannot see the word "news" anywhere in there.

Anonymous said...

I'm a country boy myself, but I thought heifer was a cow?

Anonymous said...

Seriously, have any of them done anything of note this year?

None of them have brought down a Cabinet minister like Francis Elliot did in 2005 or secured an earth-shattering scoop like Trevor Kavanagh did with the Hutton Report in 2003. Sorry Iain, this is just ego-massage.