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10:02am on Thursday, 4th May, 2017:
I voted in the local elections today. I spent far too long agonising over my choice: the Conservative candidate is going to win regardless, so my vote won't make a ha'porth of difference.
Eventually, I gritted my teeth and voted Lib Dem as usual. It's not the local candidate's fault that their leader is an opportunistic lightweight who sounds like a Paul Daniels tribute act.
I looked on it as a dry run for the worse teeth-gritting I'll have to do at the general election. I still don't know that the Lib Dems will be getting my vote there.
It must be great to live in a constituency where your vote is worth something.
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