A few days ago I wrote about postal voting fraud so I'm not going to reiterate my opinion.
It has just been announced on BBC West Tonight that an investigation into postal voting irregularities covering Oldham, Greater Manchester, Rochdale and Preston have been initiated by Greater Manchester and Lancaster police.
Just in case some of you haven't seen the Express today a headline reads: 'Thousands affected by postal voting fiasco'.
The report suggests tens of thousands could lose their right to take part in the election after the system was thrown in chaos.
Having watched last night's episode of Dispatches, I now know we have international overseers brought here specifically to observer voting. Over the years the have said the UK system is more wide open to fraud than most.
Yet they will permit the corrupt practice of postal voting to continue (or not in the case of those who won't receive their papers in time).
Meantime, a journalist investigating postal vote fraud is beaten up in London.
That's British democracy for you.
Fitaloon has his take on the subject.