There's going to be a slight delay in calling the General Election. Blair is going to spend tomorrow visiting Westminster Cathedral (the ugly one on Victoria Street) to pay homage to the Pope. 'Tis very fitting, of course, but I think everyone's pretty anxious to get on with the campaigning. Not that it hasn't been going on unofficially for months, of course.
Thesis land didn't go too well Friday night or Saturday, as I found myself completely unable to concentrate or work. I'm going to make a great grad student, eh? Le sigh and back to the fascination that is the March 5, 1985 Senate Foreign Relations hearing on the Genocide Convention.