Bits of election fun you may have missed

The best leaflet correction so far; you’ve got to love the biro work.

Phil Willis shows his moves (but just skip over 1 min 48 sec, ok?).

Ben Goldacre edges close to saying “Vote Lib Dem” here and here.

Esther Rantzen takes to removing Liberal Democrat posters in Luton South.

Not heard the David Cameron song? Hear it here. (Hat tip: Jonathan Calder)

And the prize for the worst campaign interview goes to UKIP leader, Lord Pearson (clip via Left Foot Forward):

And not so fun: Labour Party disowns controversial leaflet and orders its distribution to be stopped.

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  • Check out Plaid’s leader Elfyn Llwyd on Drangon’s Eye (BBC1 Wales) still on the iPlayer until tomorrow – it’s even worse than UKIP!

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