The video clips I posted a few days ago to show how simple objects can be used by speakers as visual aids to impress audiences - ranging from Neville Chamberlain's piece of paper to Margaret Thatcher taking her scissors to a £1 note (HERE) - have inspired me to launch another prize competition.
All you have to do is to suggest one object that any of the three main party leaders could use (or, in the case of Nick Clegg, could have used) to strike a chord with their audience during their 2010 conference speeches.
Keen anoraks are welcome to propose an object for each of the three party leaders, but one leader/object is perfectly acceptable.
1st: signed copy of Lend Me Your Ears.
2nd: signed copy of Speech-making and Presentation Made Easy.
3rd: signed copy of(Russian version of Lend Me Your Ears).
How to enter
In 'Comments' below or email (via 'View my complete profile' on the left).
24 hours after the completion of David Cameron's speech at the Conservative Party Conference.