I was at a briefing the other day, given on behalf of a senior officer, where it was pointed out that service voting is a potentially very powerful tool. As I understand it, we can register to vote anywhere we like as service voters, provided we re-register annually, and exercise our democratic rights in our chosen constituency. Some official figures suggest there are currently around 140,000 service voters. How about if a significant number of us registered to vote in, say, Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath? The current incumbent, soon to to celebratory (or is that celebrity?) author of a book on military heroism and his admiration of the same, our beloved leader, Gordon Brown, has a majority of 18,216: 13% of our collective voting power. I'm not suggesting we vote against him, but he may sit up and pay a little more attention to those little matters, such as the lives of British servicepeople, which he financially undermined and ignored so studiously as Chancellor if we suddenly dominate his electoral register. Is my undertanding correct? Could this work?And if it will can someone who isn't serving pick it up adn run with it?