Been a bit of a gap since the last blog because truth be told, this expenses fiasco was boring me to tears. Martin went, which was inevitable, and many MP's are standing down at the next election.
What was exciting was the new ICM poll. It would be shocking enough that Labour were on 22% (How's that core vote holding up, Gordon?) but to 3 points behind the liberals is astonishing. Add that to the fact that the tories are hovering around the 20 point gap between them and labour and this all means great news for Nokia shareholders.
The UKIP figures are curious, only 10% when they got 19% in the poplous poll from the day before. Is Cameron's firming on his euroskeptic position denting UKIP?