Yet another political award – this time from some proper serious people

Fresh in this evening’s crisp white Snowmail comes news that Channel 4 are calling for nominations for their annual Political Impact Award. It’s obviously the season for it. We in the LDV cupboard are as much to blame as anyone, of course, but sooner or later someone is going to have to set up some gongs for Most Nondescript Award, Least Irritating Award, Best Named Award, Award Generating Most Intense Round of Self-Congratulation etc.

Anyway, who can we nominate for Channel 4’s offering:

Anybody you think has made a major impact on the political scene over the last year. It can be a full-time politician from Westminister, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. Equally it can be someone from outside the conventional political scene. Consider, for example, two previous winners: Dr David Kelly and Jamie Oliver.

I think you all know what to do by now, and who to do it about. Vince coronation plans Nominations to be submitted here.

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