From my article in The Sunday Times today:

“People watching the war of words over Facebook are seeing arguments they became entirely familiar with in the run-up to the general election. There is admiration of contempt; rationalisation grounded in misguided loyalty; projection of original sin on any alternative; a shift of focus from the message onto the messenger; and a general tuning out of details.

“I have no advice for you if you are voting Saturday, particularly because I am mindful of the fact that if you are reading this, you have not closed your mind to the facts that surround you and you are therefore not in need of advice.

“I can only try to take you through the questions I will be asking myself between now and Saturday before I cast my own vote.”

Read the article here.