Decade-old AS Biss names ten to watch

Public affairs agency AS Biss held a bash at Tate Britain this Tuesday evening to celebrate its tenth birthday, and has produced a booklet of 'Ten People of Tomorrow' to mark the occasion.

The list, 'ten political stars of the future', was whittled down from nominations from newspaper pundits, parliamentarians, political aides and AS Biss staff (who posed for a picture to illustrate their anniversary).

Labour MP Kitty Ussher and Social Market Foundation director Ann Rossiter are among those in the booklet. DoH minister Andy Burnham is also included, as is - in a sign of the times, for sure - blogger Guido Fawkes.

Seven of the ten were so delighted to be included that they turned up at AS Biss's party. But, alas, camera-shy Fawkes was one of the three absentees.

No doubt he was busy at his keyboard plotting the downfall of one of Westminster's finest.

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