It is a nature and natural history blog of course, but given the amount of attention the town is getting at the moment, to ignore the by-election brou-ha-ha seems a little churlish.
Sadly I keep missing all the endless political big hitters who have suddenly realised this town exists in the last couple of weeks, but I will try and catch up with them next week on wednesday and thursday.
After that of course, we will return to being a Midlands backwater, with no more ministers and shadow ministers turning up to pretend to be interested in the workings of our small businesses, or looking like they give a monkeys about the concerns of the people of the town.
|A window full of truths?|
|Hospital Independent Paul Baggaley at his office on Baldertongate, who may well beat Lib Dems into 6th|
|Young Tory canvassers, Lime Grove|
|UKIP's latest dread weapon - The UKIP hipster|
|Dick Rodgers (apparently) - an independent anti banking candidate|
|Roger Helmer MEP in Alan Partridge attire|
|A truly modern, diverse, bunch of modern thinkers|
|Dick again, hopefully not getting too achey|
|UKIP to make Simon Cowell trousers compulsory|
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