Yet again, another hustings in Cambridge I'm not invited to. There have been a total of eight of which I was invited to one, blagged my way on to another and simply gatecrashed another. No wonder the KGB did most of their recruiting here.
Cambridge does have a choice, no matter what those who think they run the place might like to decide on behalf of the 45,000 voters who live and pay their taxes there. It'll be on the ballot paper on Thursday. Choose wisely Cambridge, it will be the last time you get a chance to be heard for the next 5 years. All of the above will be far too busy repaying their debt to their union, their party, their donors and their lobbyists to pay you the slightest attention or listen to what you actually want.
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. Don't get fooled again.
UPDATE: From the BBC Cambridge site
You know what to do dear readers. Me? I'm storming the BBC on Tuesday evening. Feel free to join me.
The final debate will be recorded on Tuesday 4 May from 6.30pm-7.30pm in front of a live audience. Andie Harper will host the debate and it will be broadcast on the Mid-Morning Show on Wednesday 5 May from 10am-11am.
Topics up for discussion will include the future of Marshalls, demand for housing and the Guided Bus.
Taking part will be Nick Hillman for the Conservatives, Julian Huppert for the Liberal Democrats, Tony Juniper for the Greens and Daniel Zeichner for Labour.