POLL: favourite ‘must read’ British political commentator

by Stephen Tall on June 12, 2006

As trailed last week, I’ve uploaded a new poll onto m’other gaff, posing the question: “Who is your favourite ‘must-read’ British political commentator?”

My thanks to those who lobbied to get your favourites included – though in the end I pretty much ignored you all, and went with my own list: a real NuLabour piece of community consultation. But, fair’s fair: I allowed only one entry per newspaper, and tried to give a mix of left/right/liberal/authoritarian journalists.

Anyway, enough of such blather: get over there, and get voting…

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2 comments

That’s a disappointing choice, though, because you’ve selected several very partisan commentators. Do I vote for the Conservative columnist in the Independent, or for the independent columnist in the Observer? A comparison between Alan Watkins and Andrew Rawnsley would be fair; a comparison between Dominic Lawson (or Sir Boris) and Andrew Rawnsley isn’t.

by Doctor Fegg on June 13, 2006 at 10:29 pm. Reply #

La Polly winning here!

by Andrea on June 17, 2006 at 11:50 am. Reply #

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