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Sending the wrong message: A comment on spoilt ballots

This is a response to this piece by my comrade/gaffer Simon Gibbs

Sometimes democrats attempt to draw a parallel between voting for a party and buying things in the market. Strictly speaking this is not a very successful analogy; but even so it might prove useful if, like Wittgenstein’s ladder, we pull it up with sufficient haste once we’ve used it.

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