Saturday Seven Up

7upThis week we opined that inviting the King of Bahrain to the Royal Wedding did not send the right signal to pro-democracy campaigners in that kingdom and on the day the Labour campaign for AV launched the blog  pointed out that the campaign’s leading light Neil Kinnock just happens to have been paid £103,000 in fees by a firm which stands to make millions out of electronic voting systems. Our boyo’s 30,000 shares in the firm will rocket in price if it is a “yes” in May…

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