Sunday, 30 October 2011

One Last Push

Broadband has been down at Puddlecote Towers since Friday night, so I've been out of the loop somewhat and unable to write this tabloid gibber. Instead, I've had to watch that telly thing in the corner (tell me, is Ross Kemp ever not in Afghanistan?), which means I've had a lot of sleep.

Normal disservice will be resumed soon but, in the meantime, the Spectator's parliamentarian of the year nominations close tomorrow. So please consider chucking a vote the way of our esteemed blog mascot if you haven't done so already.

You could mention Philip Davies's stance on the EU (against), his action towards nannyism on tobacco and alcohol this year (against), or just that he's been an all-round good egg by opposing the righteous and defending personal liberties. Your choice.

To do so, just click here and nominate away.

G'wan, it'll only take a minute.


Curmudgeon said...

And it looks like he's won - see here.

"Philip Davies won readers' representative of the year (a very good choice)."

Can't see anything on the Speccy website as such - but they're probably holding it back to encourage people to become subscribers.

Dick Puddlecote said...

Yep, saw that last night. I'm going to put something up about it later. There's a Speccie link here.