Prize for the “Most Polite” In Britain

British politicians who “act with courtesy” could win a £ 3,000 prize in a campaign to improve behavior.

The winners will not receive the money for themselves, but will be donated in their name to any charity of their choice.

The announcement of the “Politeness Awards in Politics” came at the end of a week of intense, sometimes personal, debate in the British parliament.

Stuart Wood, a Labor member of the House of Lords and one of the campaign’s organizers, said the prize would “shine” glorious behavior.

He called for easing the prevailing “divisions and bitterness”.

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British politicians who “act with courtesy” could win a £ 3,000 prize in a campaign to improve behavior.

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