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A year Uncut

18/05/2011, 08:02:43 AM

In case you’ve missed them, here are a selection of some of the best read, best written and most interesting posts on Uncut in the 12 months since we launched:

Dan Hodges’ 2011 year in review

The shadow cabinet pen portraits

Autumn, a poem by Chris Bryant

The Labour Uncut crowdsourcing hotseat: the leadership interviews

Tom Watson says a snap election would give Cameron the glory he craves

Peter Watt’s personal account of being hung out to dry

Cry baby Chris Kelly hits back with peace-loving-fighting-talk

Siôn Simon’s conference sketch

Down the pub with the Labour leadership contenders

Tom Harris’ post mortem of the Scottish elections

Sally Bercow speaks for disabled people

Atul Hatwal on the conspiracy of silence on immigration

Uncut exclusive: Klösters catastrophe as Osborne loses luggage

India Knight on the politicians of the twittersphere

Kevin Meagher on Tony Crossland’s challenge to Ed Miliband

Paul Corby’s obituary of Jimmy Reid

We break the Johnson resignation, and Balls’ promotion

Jessica Asato’s lessons from Tower Hamlets

Uncut’s conference diary, parts III and IV

Michael Dugher says AV’s a waste of time

John Woockcock loves New Labour

An early look at the Labour leadership campaigns

To everyone who has written, read, linked and commented on Uncut in the last year, thank you.

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