The election’s over. The polls have closed.
No-one really knows who’s won.
The count starts at 8.30am tomorrow, at three big sites across London.
Unfortunately, with deeply frustrating timing, I have to go on a work trip tomorrow so will be offline and quite possibly out of contact for most of the day, from early in the morning ’til late in the evening.
However, the Stop Boris blog will bring you coverage of any news and results as anything breaks.
I’ll be handing over for most of the day to Mrs. Stop Boris. She hasn’t posted on here before, but you’ll know her research skills, her programming skills, her backing vocals and her hesitant voting hand quite well if you’ve been paying attention!
I’ll be back on here myself either last thing tomorrow or possibly not until Saturday for some final thoughts and reflections on the result and its implications. At the moment, I’m not resigned to having failed to stop Boris, nor am I satisfied we have done so: I simply don’t know, which is just worrying.
Thanks for all your efforts today, Boris-stoppers. Tomorrow, we’ll find out whether we’ve succeeded.