Thursday, 4 June 2009

Today at the Polling Station

Turn out seemed quite high in my area of South East London. Predictions were for a low turn out over all. Yet when my local area starts voting in force it means a) average working families are really angry b) they're going to make it known c) it won't be good for Labour.

BBC are reporting mixed turnout in areas and confusion over folded ballot papers, which UKIP are concerned about, one man said:

They explained you have to unfold it again, right at the very bottom there was another very neat fold that you could not see, folded backwards

It's just as well I bushed up on my origami skills, don't know how I could of managed otherwise.

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