Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Campaigners of the Year

Here are some more of the 'awards' voted by 2,200 of my blogreaders over Christmas.

Political Communicator of the Year

1. Dan Hannan
2. Boris Johnson
3. David Cameron

Political Campaigner of the Year

1. Joanna Lumley
2. Guido Fawkes
3. Heather Brooke

Campaign Group of the Year

1. Gurkha campaign
2. Taxpayers' Alliance
3. No2ID

Think Tank of the Year

1. Adam Smith Institute
2. Centre for Social Justice
3. Policy Exchange


Jack said...

Oh dear...

Guido Fawkes said...

Squeezed in between Joanna Lumley and Heather Brooke.

A boy can dream.

Trixy said...

St Joanna again...politics by PR without the thought to actually ask who is going to pay the bill.

raincoaster said...

Guido, imagine how Boris feels (apparently every woman in London already knows; I only know what I've been told).

Derek Wall said...

ICM poll for Brighton Pavilion puts Greens first, 8% above Conservatives.

More here http://another-green-world.blogspot.com/2009/12/icm-poll-suggests-caroline-lucas-will.html

onenationtory said...

Dear God,

Further evidence of the new liberal, progressive Conservative Party.

Where's that application form the Lib Dems left with me a couple of years back?

Hurf Durf said...

Derek Wall, I regard the Greens to be more of a threat than the BNP - at least everyone knows fascism is a rank, destructive ideology. Not so for the Green-Reds. I've seen the damage Green totalitarianism in government can and does do.

No complaints with your lists so far, Iain. Very insightful, making them better than 96% of the other crap lists I've been seeing this month.

Dingdongalistic said...

"I've seen the damage Green totalitarianism in government can and does do."

Perhaps you'd like to provide us with some examples?

Anonymous said...

No mention of Delingpole....