I finished work on Thursday evening, and I'm not due back in till Monday morning. THREE clear days away from politics - and it feels very weird. Adrenaline has kept me going since the dissolution - and since then, I've been working darn nearly every hour of every day.
If anyone has any good suggestions on how to relax and forget about work, post them this way.
In the meantime, I wanted to pop the briefest of posts up to assure readers that this blog has yet to go the way of many others. I am recovering from what has been an exhausting election campaign followed by a very strange post-election negotiation between the main parties.
If you're about tomorrow night at 9:30pm, flick over to Press TV on Sky Channel 515 where you can watch me being interviewed by the former Member for Bethnal Green and Bow, George Galloway. I enjoyed recording the interview, but at the risk of giving away too many trade secrets, we recorded the piece at 4pm on Tuesday.
If you cast your mind back, Gordon Brown didn't resign until 7:15pm on Tuesday, and David Cameron didn't return to Number 10 until 8:45pm - and so it was an interesting experience to review events that were yet to happen. I think we did what we needed to though.
Good night all.
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