A press release informs your humble Devil that the Reform think-tank wants you to vote for the Reformer of the Year. Alas, my name does not appear there which is a bit of a surprise since, like myself, most of those on the shortlist have actually reformed less than fuck all.
There are a couple of worthy contenders—Douglas Carswell MP, for instance—but there is one clear fore-runner as far as your humble Devil is concerned.
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Heather played a leading role in the MPs' expenses saga, winning a High Court case against the House of Commons for the full disclosure of second homes allowances. The ruling was the driving force behind the resulting reform of the Parliamentary expense system.
Go vote and ensure the recognition of Heather Brooke's achievements in revealing the fraud perpetrated upon the British taxpayer by the lying, dishonest, venal little shits in Parliament.
I mean, we all knew that they were lying, thieving cunts, but Heather's campaign ensured that we now have documentary evidence—as such, she has moved the revolution forward by a few months at least.
And, if nothing else, her fight has ensured that we have had a very entertaining year watching our lords and masters twisting in the wind.
Although not literally, alas.