Liam Kennedy: Why a more fundamental value than your position on Europe in this election is that of your explicit rejection of political violence
I love general elections. This is not because I stood in two general elections as an independent human rights candidate. That, by the way, was a remarkably cost-effective way of getting a political message across as there was free postage to 33,000 households in West Belfast, all at a cost of £700-£800. In 2005, our group netted a total of 147 votes, which I am told is the highest possible score possible in snooker. Wrong game, I suppose.