In the seasonal spirit of reviewing the year before it is completely over, here are some interim awards for the 2019 Election Campaign
The Where's Wally Award, for people conspicuous by their absence
Jacob Rees-Mogg, who is exercising common sense, following advice and staying in his room.
Emily Thornberry. Apparently she's shadow foreign secretary. It can't look good if Labour think Richard Burgon will do a better job than you.
Diane Abbott. Apparently she's shadow home secretary
The Pinocchio Award
Charlie Cleverley, for the fake 'fact checking' Twitter account
Charlie Cleverley, for the doctored ITV footage
Charlie Cleverley, for the doctored BBC footage
The Who Do You Think You Are? Award, for odd choice of spokesperson
Nicky Morgan, not prepared to stand as an MP on the current manifesto, yet sent in against Piers Morgan to defend it.
Donald Trump, representing the Brexit Party
That Conservative guy on the BBC leaders debate last night. Who was he?
The Side-Of-A-Bus Award for creative mathematics
The Conservative 50,000 nurses pledge, which turns out to be mostly nurses who are already in post.
Labours claim that nobody outside the top 5% of earners will pay more tax. I earn less than the average wage and I will be paying more tax under Labour, because I'm married.
The Theresa May Award for avoiding journalists, and the general public
Boris Johnson, passing up 2 opportunities to appear on TV opposite other political leaders, and trying to wriggle out of the Andrew Neil 30 minute BBQ event.