And the winner is…

The judges have judged and the prizes have been presented in this year’s Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year awards. James has the full story.*

* Other than the bit about the stuffed horse’s head delivered to the event that is.

Updated: Here the full list of winners (the full shortlist is <strike>not here any more</strike> so try here)…

Best new Liberal Democrat blog:
Winner - Best New LibDem Blog Winner – Hug a Hoodie (Jonny Wright)

Best blog from a Liberal Democrat elected to public office:
Winner - Best Blog from a LibDem Elected to Public Office Winner – Mary Reid

Highly Commended - Best Blog from a LibDem Elected to Public Office Highly commended – Matt Davies

Most humorous Liberal Democrat blog:
Winner - Most Humorous LibDem Blog Winner – Liberal Mafia (Don Liberali)

Best designed Liberal Democrat blog: (winner chosen by readers of Liberal Democrat Voice)
Winner - Best Designed LibDem Blog Winner – Mary Reid

Best posting on a Liberal Democrat blog:
Winner - Best Posting on a LibDem Blog Winner – Simon Jenkins: how many points can one person miss? (James Graham)
Highly Commended - Best Posting on a LibDem BlogHighly commended – Frances Lawrence and Learco Chindamo – whose rights? (Jonny Wright)

Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year:
Winner - LibDem Blog of the Year Winner – Quaequam Blog (James Graham)

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