Not that they’re likely to display any dazzling powers of prediction, but…
1. The coalition will survive in tact, despite a few unhelpful interventions from prominent figures in the Lib Dem parliamentary party, and continued howls of frustration from the Tory right.
2. Chris Huhne will survive the fallout from the allegations about speeding in 2003, without having to resign, but will be substantially weakened.
3. Vince Cable will still be a member of the cabinet by the end of the year.
4. Ed Miliband will find that the disloyal mutterings from some of his frontbench colleagues become a serious problem. Ed Balls will not be unconnected to this!
5. Ken Clarke will be retired from the cabinet in a reshuffle that will see David Laws return to government.
6. Barack Obama will beat Ron Paul in the US Presidential Race, in a much closer result than many analysts predict when Paul is nominated.
7. The Euro will finish the year in a much stronger position than it started it.
8. UK economic growth will continue to be sluggish, but will not fall back into recession.
9. A major UK newspaper will close or merge with a rival.
10. The Higgs Boson will officially be declared to be discovered, and, rather boringly, the details will utterly fail to significantly challenge the Standard Model.
See you back here this time next year for the results!