You have just ten days left to vote in my life changing boycott poll. Over two hundred of you have done so far and I thank you.
It's clear that fish was not a big mobiliser, but McDonalds, Israeli goods, meat and religion are all the front runners - with Nestle and aviation wheezing along behind them, but still in sight.
It does seem alcohol is not going to get scrubbed off the menu, which is ironic because I hardly drink at all anymore - making up for rather too much in earlier life, but it's nice to know that I'm not going to have to guzzle that bottle of Port in the cupboard over the next week and can save it for a more festive occasion.
Meanwhile, as I'm unlikely to post tomorrow, I thought I'd tag on to this post a few links I spotted that you might be interested in;
- Progressives for a America have a friendly but critical open letter to Obama
- Ellee Seymour has an interesting post on how Gordon Brown has been received in Suffolk.
- Noel has a polemic against the idea of politics as a science.
- Gill George is rightly irate that business leaders are pleased about Brown's hard line stance with the unions.
- Greenman reports on the Scottish movement against airport expansion.
- And lastly tygerland has intriguing news of John McCain's ability to speak for himself.