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As usual, Charlie Brooker sums it up best:

During the London mayoral election, I had two main fears. The first, obviously, was that Boris was going to win. For weeks I repeatedly voiced that fear to everyone I met – to no avail as it turned out. But the second fear, the one I kept tucked away somewhere near the back of my head, was far more sinister. It was this: what if Boris won – and then turned out to be really good at his job? That might force me to question my cherished anti-Tory prejudice, which is so ingrained and instinctive it feels like something hand-stamped on my DNA.

So Hilary Clinton is running for President. This is an extremely important event. It could have a bearing on how the world develops over the next two decades, the continued emergence of China and India, the interactions of the world with the middle east, local policy throughout the US and the strength of the world economy.

But primarily it means Keith O’Kelly owes me fifty quid.

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