I’ve written 561 posts this year. Here are the 12 most-read of 2014…

by Stephen Tall on December 30, 2014

January:
Q&A on the allegations against Lord Rennard. (My conclusion: it’s a mess.) – Jan 17, 2014

February:
18 posters in which the Conservatives promise to build more houses. The last one appeared in 1979 – Feb 19, 2014

March:
Tom Watson handily reminds me why I left Labour – Mar 20, 2014

April:
So how’s my scenario 3 – a Tory lead of 6% by May 2015 – working out then? – Apr 2, 2014

May:
Why I am one of the 39% of Lib Dem members who thinks Nick Clegg should stand down as leader – May 28, 2014

June:
Why are London schools so good? Politicians have been looking in the wrong place for the answers… – Jun 23, 2014

July:
Dear Daily Telegraph, Enough already. It’s actually okay for MPs to claim 11p for a ruler. – Jul 12, 2014

August:
On Boris standing as an MP, and why being pro-tuition fees meant I didn’t – Aug 13, 2014

September:
It’s 8 May 2015. Nick Clegg’s resigned. Who speaks for the Lib Dems? – Sept 9, 2014

October:
What my Glasgow taxi-driver said about the LibDems, verbatim #ldconf – Oct 7, 2014

November:
My “It’s 8th May 2015? scenario-question to the Lib Dem party president candidates – Sal Brinton responds – Nov 4, 2014

December:
A fabulously passive-aggressive tweet-exchange between Jeremy Browne and Nick Clegg – Dec 1, 2014