I woke up this morning to a strange smell. Went downstairs, and sure enough on the proverbial doormat was a leaflet from the politburo featuring a woman and her daughter. I glimpsed part of the caption; "...will stand up for ordinary people to protect them and get them a fair deal". "Hmm this is interesting" I thought. "Which party is this?" Then I saw it had been sent by Liarbore. Stifling a gut laugh, I investigated the leaflet closer (keeping it closed to make sure no spin, lies and crap could escape into the house) to see if some wags at the post office had been sticking labour stickers on the leaflets of other parties. To my surprise and horror, this looked like the real thing. To my shame, I noticed that the caption indicated that this woman, "isobel", lives here in Sheffield. Which means that we have at least two labour voters in this city (I rode past another house with "vote labour" posters on one the inside of the windows, and smashed eggs on the outside, the other day). I mused as I cooked my spaghetti bologneise, surely labour are already badly in debt, deeply unpopular, voted for only by legions of chavs and Ashie, what the hell are they doing wasting money sending vaguely amusing comics to unsuspecting families? Once my bologneise cooked it occured to me that this leaflet from labour might be useful afterall. Nestling the hot bowl of food in it so as not to burn myself, I went on my merry way upstairs, making sure to lower the bologneise onto my desk, before dropping the labour leaflet into the bin at its side . I'm still recovering from the shock at the fact that labour think sending leaflets with so much small print it'd make a 1500% APR finance agreement look simple and honest, is going to gain them anything other than groans of derision. Still, it was nice to have not burned my hand . So folks, paper planes, origami, place mats, drinks coasters, what do you use your labour propoganda for?