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Fold like a pack of cards…

Technically I am a floating voter.

Whilst his party have a more than questionable record on gay rights (they’ve changed, apparently), its fascinating to watch what happens to the man who may be leading the country shortly (or trying to claw his way to power via King Maker Clegg), under minor scrutiny from a bantam weight journalist.

No doubt troubling for Central office (unless they have any other great P.R.egnancy stories / ‘racy’ pictures to feed the media with).

Personally, I’m not sure which way the polls will go.

Those with a memory spanning back to the last recession will remember high interest rates / reposessions. Those who are tired of Labour and feel it’s time for a ‘change’ (TM), will want to vote for ABL (anyone but Labour). And the Lib Dems still suffer under the first past the post system from being viewed as a wasted vote.

A hung parliament, or a razor slim majority for Labour or the Tories. Either way, it’s going to be a bumpy ride…

Iain G. Morrison is a senior marketer in the British Tourism Industry. And congratulating the Gay Times on a well-timed interview…

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Jedward reach dizzier heights…

Having been seconded to Asia, the summer reality TV (Apprentice, X-Factor, Sheep Idol, Shag Island, I’m a non-entity get me out of here etc), have largely passed me by.

Jedward (love them or hate them, I feel remarkably indifferent having not watched this series of X-Factor), really seem to be milking their 15 minutes. Kudos to the comms team at Labour HQ (and the Saatchi boys) for running this over the weekend…

Iain G. Morrison is a senior Marketer in the British Tourism Industry. And thinks Simon Cowell will be grinning all the way to the bank this Christmas…

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Going in for the kill…

Don't throw eggs at John...

Don't throw eggs at John...

No, not the unstoppable right hook courtesy of  John Precott (who has clearly been inspired by Obama, given his recent impressive utilisation of the full 2.0 arsenal in order to resurrect his political stature), I am referring to this summers predicted unstoppable musical force, La Roux…

The ‘lets get ravey’ version of La Rouxs’ ‘Going in for the kill’ track is a must for any dance music aficionado’s that spent their weekends in the 90’s having it large.

And even though New Labour have been slow to mobilise themselves digitally, Prezzas blog is worth a punt ( if you get time). His facebook status updates are also genius!

Enjoy…

Iain Morrison is a senior marketer in the British Tourism Industry. And is currently practising his big fish, little fish, culminating in a rather nifty cardboard box…

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