The lack of enthusiasm displayed by the British public to vote for Police Commissioners has led to some serious discussion in the upper echelons of Government.
The plan for voting for executioners which was to be incorporated into the Tory election plans for 2015 has been shelved. David Cameron has decided that if people don't care who is going to be in charge of arresting them they will probably not vote for their own executioner.
There is debate on the value of elections at all. The Chinese seem to manage very well without them and the Americans waste billion on the four yearly Tweedle Dum/Tweedle Dee exercise.
The question is being asked: How low can voting figures get before they are not acceptable?
There is a view that if just one person votes that is enough to elect someone. But if two candidates vote for themselves a recount would be inevitable and the problem is: SHOULD THE QUEEN THEN DECIDE?
Currently the Don't Vote Party has experienced such a landslide people are suspecting a new organisation of society is at hand.
The secretive leader of the Don't Vote Party, A.N. Anon, says nobody voted for him and he is winning every election by miles.