As so often, Oliver Kamm puts my views better than I can. Here he is on Gordon Brown and next week's election:
This is a feeble, unimaginative, incompetent and intellectually incurious Prime Minister, whose hapless, cynical and dysfunctional government has debased the notion of public service, coarsened public life and forfeited any claim to public respect, and I shall be voting for its return to office next Thursday.
My reason for voting Labour (in fact I already have, by post), is, apart from the fact that Kate Hoey is an excellent MP with a commendably independent turn of mind and is one of the very few on the Labour benches to speak out about the atrocities in Zimbabwe, that a Tory government would keep Britain out of the euro. This is similar to Oliver Kamm's view, though I would not presume to speak for him. I doubt that this view is shared by many UK voters however. And yes, I know that no party, including the LibDems, has pledged to take the UK into the eurozone.