It's the last day of the year - time to look back on the best and worst of 2008. I'll leave you to decide what my worst blogposts of the year have been. But in case you're interested, here are what I consider to be some of the best of the 2,300 blogposts I have written this year...
Four minister face police interviews
American election: I want to be inspired
Midnight at the Lincoln Memorial
I promise to avoid genital shaking in future
Who should be on the DNA register?
The 'people like us' phenomenon
Sham consultations fuel voters discontent
John Prescott's bulimia & pressure cooker politics
Local elections: Were you still up for Portillo?
Decline & fall of the political memoir
David Davis's walk into the unknown
Our Perfect Day
David Davis & Gay Rights
Boris and his absent backbone
The Most Anti Gay MP in the House of Commons
The future of party conferences
Sex education for four year olds
The ANY QUESTIONS experience
Ossetia: What do we do?
Hello, I'm Nick Clegg. Click.
Why Conservatives should man the barricades for Osborne
Killing time on a four hour flight
Why I'm declaring for Obama
Tories must realise Brown is out to get them
Reflections on Barack Obama
Boris Saves Christmas