UPDATE: I have just noticed in the local paper's "as it happens" blog (from which I noted at 22:40 an entry that said "The Press were to be excluded while the count proceeded" a far more worrying entry from 02:17 revealing that "Counting Had Now Started" (after a four hour delay, why so long ?) and that they were hearing '1,800 Postal Votes have just been "found" which might alter parties' predictions'
I think it's a safe bet we know whose candidate those 1800 votes were cast for. Allah Be Praised.
OK I confess it wasn't "Question Time" - but the pointless BBC "Election 2012" coverage. But it was chaired by the same odious Mr Dimbleby so hardly a surprise I fell asleep while he droned on.
It seems that Baroness Warsi has put both feet in her mouth by suggesting the "My Round At The Bar, Lads" U've Been Kippered party are doing well because they have picked up the anti-EU vote of disaffected British National Party Voters.
Predictably the loyal following of the "we're here, drinking beer" bunch are outraged. I can't think why.
If Cameron and his Cowboy Coalition get their way, I might have my work cut out for me over the next few weeks.
It seems their best idea for protecting the capital against someone trying a copycat of the September 11th terrorists is to install a load of these babies on the rooftops of blocks of flats around the Olympic Village Area.
I must confess a soft spot for these babies, having had more than a little to do with their upgrade three decades ago to ensure they were capable of handling Carlos Cortiglia's Western Countrymen of the time.
I thought I'd put this up as a prime example of where this country is going this Sunday morning, and a hat tip to Mister Fox's comment in a previous post which sparked my interest. The Gideons are facing opposition to distributing bibles to our Police Force because of its stance on homosexuality.
Those of you wishing to increase your stature in the eyes of those who monitor your internet use on behalf of the state may wish to pop over to the website of Pink News who carry the story in full.
I heard a rather interesting tale on radio 4 this morning and I think they must have spent ages looking for this poor woman.
As you know, property owners and property developers in the "Houses In Multiple Occupation" sector have been the golden goose for certain political parties since the days when a chap named Rachmann used to be on the list of most honoured dinner guests at Party HQ. And the natural electorate of what used to be the british national party were these money grabbler's staple victim. So it comes as no surprise to me to hear the consequences of the latest piece of government disdain for those in need of social housing.