In pictures: last day to vote for the PPA's magazine cover of the year

Miley Cyrus, Prince Charles and Kate Moss feature on the 10 magazine covers shortlisted for the Professional Publishers Association's front cover of the year, for which the online vote closes at midnight tonight.

  • Cosmopolitan, December 2013

    Cosmopolitan, December 2013

  • Country Life, November 2013

    Country Life, November 2013

  • Esquire, September 2013

    Esquire, September 2013

  • Harpers Bazaar, November 2013

    Harpers Bazaar, November 2013

  • Metal Hammer, July 2013

    Metal Hammer, July 2013

  • Radio Times, 23-29 November 2013

    Radio Times, 23-29 November 2013

  • #studentfarmer, September 2013

    #studentfarmer, September 2013

  • Stylist, 3 July 2013

    Stylist, 3 July 2013

  • The Big Issue, 16 December 2013

    The Big Issue, 16 December 2013

  • BBC Top Gear, October 2013

    BBC Top Gear, October 2013

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Covers from magazines including Cosmopolitan, Radio Times, Esquire, Stylist, The Big Issue and Student Farmer magazine have made the top-10 shortlist.

The winner will be decided by the online vote and announced at this year's PPA Awards on 10 July.

Among the finalists are The Big Issue's Christmas cover, from the independent publisher The Big Issue Company, featuring Father Christmas.

Top Gear's 20th anniversary cover, from its publisher Immediate Media, is also on the list, as well as the issue of IPC Media's Country Life magazine, which was guest-edited by Prince Charles in November 2013.

Vote online for your favourite cover until midnight tonight.

This year's front cover of the year will follow last year's winner, the 'take me, I'm yours' issue of Time Out, which was the first free issue of the magazine in 2013.

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