Just one more day of campaigning to go. Each party leader is trying to out do the others by claiming they will be out and about trying to convince the undecided to vote for them. I can't help thinking that if people don't know who to vote for now, are they even likely to go out and vote on Thursday, isn't it more likely they will just stay at home. I don't think the opinion polls really take that into account.
With the reports on the news that there has been a significant increase in the numbers of people registering for postal votes - and each party accusing the others of electoral fraud, we may end up not looking any better than Afghanistan and will have to accept UN election observers in future to supervise our polling stations. It certainly will put a new stance on foreign policy - which our new government will have to deal with.