And the winners are…

Tonight has been the Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year awards, with the prizes going to:


Best new Liberal Democrat blog: The People’s Republic of Mortimer (Alix Mortimer)


Best use of blogging or social networking by a Liberal Democrat: Baroness Ros Scott’s campaign for party president


The Tim Garden Award (for the best blog by a Liberal Democrat holding public office): Peter Black AM


Best non-Liberal Democrat politics blog (LDV readers poll): Bad Science (Ben Goldacre)


Best posting on a Liberal Democrat blog: My inner disgusted colonel (The People’s Republic of Mortimer: Alix Mortimer).
Highly commended: BNP debate at the Oxford Union: an eyewitness account (Hug a Hoodie: Jonny Wright)


Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year: The People’s Republic of Mortimer (Alix Mortimer)

Fuller coverage to follow, but in the meantime many congratulations to everyone.

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