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The UK took to the polls on Thursday to have their say.
Voters around the country went to the polls Thursday to vote in elections for mayors, police and crime commissioners, councils
As Boris Johnson prepares to hand over the baton to the next Mayor of London, it's hard not to look back over his time in
If that 'unheard third' of voters had spoiled their ballots they would have outnumbered all the other parties. Spoiling your ballot shows you cared enough to vote for nobody, rather than that you couldn't be arsed to vote at all. Surely that's a better legacy for millennials than the one we've already got?
Know the candidates and manifestos before you got to the polling station.
We're really excited that you're the new Mayor of London. Perhaps even more excited than you are judging by your campaigns. We're particularly pleased that you're the new Mayor because Lola's fifth birthday is soon and now Mr Johnson is freed up to come and do the entertainment. He seems like somebody who could make a really good balloon puppy.
At about 11pm last night I was running a bath expecting a relaxing half an hour before going to bed when I received a Twitter
Thursday May 5th marks a series of elections across the UK - including a vote for 124 councils in England and the Mayor of