Being the most popular posts on this blog for the last three months. Be warned, some of these links seemed incredibly relevant at the time, but the post-election landscape now makes them quaint relics of an earlier more innocent time.
8) On Milifandom and politics fandom in general – “Most political parties are just organised fandoms for a political ideology or slice of political history, it’;s just that they’ve been around so long people treat them as something different and respectable.”
7) Hampstead and Kilburn: Election not postponed – For a few hours at the start of the campaign, it looked like one interesting seat might have its election delayed. Then someone checked the actual law.
6) Who is (or was) Balustrade Lanyard? – The man. The balustrade. The flag. The lanyard. The legend.
5) Thoughts on the Lib Dems: Past, present and (hopefully) future – A couple of days after the election, I finally got my thoughts on the future of the party in order enough to set them down.
4) NUS invents a Liberal Democrat MP – We never did find out who Ian Cunningham MP might have been.
3) 2015 General Election Day 34: Who can answer the Balustrade Lanyard question? – The only one of my daily general election posts to make it into this list, demonstrating just what happens when you
put two words everyone’s Googling into the headline capture the zeitgeist.
2) Colchester 2015 General Election result – They googled, they saw, and the result stayed the same.
1) 2015 Colchester local election results – They Googled even more, they saw, and the results still stayed the same.
Thanks to all the many visitors over the past few months, and please keep coming. I only need to keep posting regularly for a couple more weeks and I’ll have been back blogging for a whole year!