Nothing gives the politics.co.uk team greater pleasure than eliciting comments from you, our dear readers.
In 2009, our first full year as Yahoo!'s guest bloggers, the recession, expenses and the state of Gordon Brown's premiership proved hot topics. But none could match the commenting frenzy which ensued whenever we mentioned the far-right threat. Here are our top ten most-commented-on blog posts of the year.
10: May 8th - Will we accept MP excuses? Don't bank on it
On the first day of the Telegraph's expenses revelations our article compared bankers' miserable excuses for the recession with those being deployed by embarrassed ministers.
"It was a culture problem, we're told. Everyone was doing it," we wrote. "That excuse didn't work with the banking crisis and it certainly won't work now." On this we were certainly right, even if we didn't quite grasp the full extent of the public anger to come.
"What is so horribly telling, this unpleasant morning, is the relativeRead More »from Top ten Talking Politics blogs of 2009