Category Archives: Elections

UKIP and why I’ll be voting for them

Those of you who don’t live in the EU have probably escaped the fact that on May 22, a large proportion of us are going to vote for our representatives in the European Parliament – our MEPs. I have been asked on several occasions how I plan to vote, and why. I plan to vote […]

Vote 2013

Well, hustings are over, the buntings are down, the votes are in and the results are out. There were elections in 34 English councils, as well as a Parliamentary by-election in South Shields and a couple of mayoral elections yesterday. The results were quite interesting, especially considering some of the dirty tactics that both the […]


If you live in England, chances are that you may soon be voting in elections for County Councils. I urge everyone to vote for their UKIP candidate. You know it makes sense to vote for the party that speaks common sense.

Election 2010 – part 1

Well, as I type this, the Conservatives are the largest party following the results, but they lack the majority needed to automatically form a government, which means that under our medieval voting system, Gordon gets the chance to try and cut some sort of deal to keep his dirty hands on the keys to Downing […]

One minute of Labour

I’ve spotted this doing the rounds at the moment – the latest advert for the Conservatives, and its actually pretty good: I won’t be voting for them, however: my vote will be going to my local UKIP candidate.

Be careful who you vote for…

While walking down the street one day a “Member of Parliament” is tragically hit by a truck and dies. His soul arrives in Heaven and is met by St. Peter at the entrance. “Welcome to Heaven,” says St. Peter. “Before you settle in, it seems there is a problem. We seldom see a high official […]

Making your mind up


A few short days ago, I complained to the BBC about the manner in which Brillo “interviewed” Chris Mounsey of the Libertarian UK party. Well, I have now received a reply from Auntie… Dear Pupazz Thanks for your e-mail regarding the ‘Daily Politics Election Special’ on 14 April. We’re glad you appreciate the show’s decision […]

Vote match shock

An email with a few excerpts from this article just arrived in my swollen Outlook inbox. People in Shropshire unsure which way to vote at the General Election were given a shock when an online system matched them to their most compatible party. Six floating voters agreed to take a 30-question survey to find out […]

The election debate

I didn’t watch it, though I recorded some programs around it. Popular consensus seems to be that Nick Clegg was the best of the three, although that does come with a caveat: a pie filled with shit may have more flavour than a plain piece of pastry, but that doesn’t make it better. Aside from […]