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Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity

May 4, 2007
by Nosemonkey
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Local election results – an immediate analysis before even half the results are in (from someone who doesn’t really care anyway and didn’t vote thanks to being in London)

Slight winners? Labour, I’d say. In real terms, at least. They’ve still got the Scottish Parliament (despite – or perhaps because of – dire warnings about the rise of the SNP). They’ve still got the Welsh Assembly. In both cases, … Continue reading

April 27, 2006
by Nosemonkey
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Postal vote fraud

More (potential) postal vote fraud in Birmingham in the run-up to next week’s local elections. Only this time it’s the Lib Dems, not Labour… Nice one, guys.And herein lies the reason why local elections should be voted for on local, … Continue reading

March 2, 2006
by Nosemonkey
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Sir Menzies

Yet more proof that you can’t believe the polls… 57% is a landslide in a thee-way race, second choice votes not withstanding. Huhne and Hughes evidently didn’t have a chance. Now can we finally get some kind of standardised form … Continue reading