Our final End of Year Award show that blue-on-red is the new blue-on-blue.
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From dubious remarks to bust-ups with journalists, the former UKIP MEP has been all over the papers for all the wrong reasons.
Our least Coalicious award goes, aptly enough, to one of the least Coalicious ministers.
Conservative members regard it as not just a significant u-turn, but also a good one – but what does it say about Cameron’s convictions?
Wharton’s winning streak continues – our Politician of the Year picks up another award.
Unlike the other polices that were nominated for the award, the question is: will it actually happen?
And it had far-reaching consequences, both at home and abroad.
The Eurosceptic MP for Witham (and ConservativeHome columnist) lands a fifth of the vote.
(Could there be a connection with his EU referendum bill?)
Why is the Chancellor second…while his ratings as a future leader languish at five per cent?
Who is your Minister of the Year? Your Parliamentarian of the Year? Your Yellow B**tard of the Year? Now you can vote on readers’ nominations.
It’s the final category in our End of Year Awards: the Speech of the Year. Please state your nominations in the comments section of this post.
After George Osborne’s 2012 Budget, we enjoyed a feast of u-turns. Pickings may be slimmer this year, but there are still some for you to nominate.
It’s been a standout year for Twitter gaffes, in particular. Nominate your favourites here.
Our End of Year Awards continue with this question: what was the biggest, most important political event of 2013?