Don't know whether to be pleased, horrified or dis affected - all I can say is that it is over and we shall see. At least there is a clear majority whether you like it or not so something should be able to get done rather than shilly-shallying from one argument to the next.
Down here on the ground floor, the grass roots, with one of the safest Conservative seats in the country (there's a lot of money about in North Yorkshire) there was never any doubt so not a lot of interest. I have no idea what the turn-out was but there was a steady stream when I went to vote and in a town of not many more than a couple of thousand that is what you would expect.
Now it has all died down, no more shouting, all loud hailers, all pamphlets through letter boxes, all empty promises - gone as if they had never been. So now we can get back to serious posts folks. Only trouble is that my landline is down - I didn't have online service but it suddenly came back on late yesterday evening, but the phone is still dead. Luckily my son is sorting it out for me with BT - I am now at the stage where I easily get into little pieces and flap!! See you tomorrow.