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Nominations for Conservative minister of the year

Later this week we will conduct our end-of-year ConHome readers' poll and we will ask readers to vote for ten picks of 2012. Who should be the nominees for minister of the year? Michael Gove for his education reforms? Iain Duncan Smith for his continuing efforts to get welfare under control? Eric Pickles for overseeing frontloaded cuts to local government without provoking strife? Francis Maude for slashing Whitehall costs? John Hayes for battling with Ed Davey over windfarms? Please nominate your suggestions below - always giving a reason why.


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