Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Nick Clegg is the Spectator's Politician of the Year

The Spectator held its annual Parliamentarian of the Year Awards ceremony earlier this evening. And congratulations to Nick Clegg for being named the magazine's Politician of the Year.

You can find the full list of awards on the Spectator website.

Incidentally, you don't have to be a right-winger to win one of them. Ed Balls was named Parliamentarian of the Year.


Anonymous said...

Ha Ha Ha


neil craig said...

A fine proof of how to succeed in the British political system. Lie a lot & promote genocide.

Andrew Chamberlain said...

I was at these awards on account of winning a competition where you had to write an article nominating the greatest parliamentarian of the last 25 years. I'm pretty sure I came across the competition because you tweeted about it (I don't read the Spectator!)

Anyway, I nominated David Steel and had a fine time drinking their free champagne so thank you very much for drawing my attention to the competition in the first place (If in fact you did - my memory is hazy).