This entry is pretty-much exclusively aimed at Brits, so apologies in advance for anyone else reading this.
Okay, it’s very likely that there’s going to be a general election this year, and while no official date has been set it looks like it could be May 5th. If that is the date, then it means that, if you’re not already registered to vote, you need to register by Friday 11th March. That’s less than 3 weeks away.
To register, visit the Electoral Commission’s website at AboutMyVote.co.uk, download the form, fill it out and then post it to your local electoral office, the addresses for which are on the site.
I’m not going to tell you who to vote for (certainly not at this stage) but bear in mind that the Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor Vincent Cable was born in my home town of York and went to the same secondary school as me 🙂 . Even if it may seem that the result of this election is a foregone conclusion, it’s still important that you vote and get your voice heard.