I have availed myself of the opportunities afforded by modern electronic engines to allow readers of this journal to express on opinion on the state of the Exchequer of the United Kingdom.
It is a modest matter compared with the great contest across the Atlantic; yet it is sobering to note that Mr Darling, the present incumbent of the great office once held by myself, has failed to gain a single supporter.
There are a few hours to run before a declaration can be made; undoubtedly the findings of this poll will be of little interest in comparison with events elsewhere. Yet it has caused me a little amusement.
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