I'm going to be visiting friends in Bristol this weekend, so there will be a brief lull in posting for the next few days. Normal service should resume on Monday.
During the nearly two-hour each way train journey, I hope to be able to read a good part of Robin Aitken's Can We Trust the BBC?, which I bought the other day. Travelling down to the West Country is actually quite a nice way to relax, particularly once all the commuters get off at Reading.
While I'm away, here's a question to ponder: for how long have the Tories been recruiting their election agents via al-Grauniad? Is it just something that's happened since the rise of "Call me Dave", or has it been going on longer than that?