No rest for the wicked today - I've just been one of the guests in an election podcast at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh (which I realised to my mild horror the other day that people were actually buying tickets for!), and once I get home I'll be doing some live-blogging for the IBTimes. Feel free to help me out if you have any polling day anecdotes, or on-the-ground intelligence!
UPDATE : OK, I'm home. The IBTimes live blog is HERE, and I see they've got Duncan Hothersall sending updates as well, so we've got to compete here, guys. This will be competitive live-blogging.
UPDATE II : I've added the concerns raised by Scottish Skier and James about the mistake in the Survation datasets to the live blog. When I next have six months to spare, I'll get a calculator out and try to decide whether the voting intention figures are wrong!
Here's a photo from today's show at the Traverse. As you can see from the black-and-white, it took place in 1924, so Jim Murphy will be a deeply worried man. From left-to-right : the brilliant singer Chrissy Barnacle, myself, journalist Peter Geoghegan, Green candidate Sarah Beattie-Smith (who was presenting), Juliet Swann of the Electoral Reform Society, the playwright/director David Greig (who was also presenting), and the playwright Linda McLean. There's another show at the same venue (but with a different line-up) tonight at 10.30 if you fancy it - tickets are £8, and you can find details HERE.