Voting, on the way in to work, I cast a non-Labour vote on the spur of the moment. I didn't vote against Labour, by the way - I just gave the Greens my first preference, and Ken second.
Of course, Ken will be the ultimate recipient of that vote, and he's the least-worst option on offer. But I figured that a good set of first-preferences for the Greens may get them to start behaving like a party that could win the odd seat of they stop talking to themselves.
I doubt if this sort of signaling ever translates into a coherent message though.
What do you think? In fact, let's see if I can start a mini-meme here?
Jams, Matt, and Rockmother. I think you are all eligible to vote in London - how did you vote, why, and why not ask three other people to answer the same question?