If you think we are being intolerant to complain about religious privilege and the expansion of faith schools that divide society, then I think it shows what skewed priorities you have not us, and you have lost my vote for sure. In fact you have lost my 3 votes (Unison,Fabian,Party).
I have never been sure of how important this deputy contest has been anyway (especially now it seems that Brown and MPs are going to deny us a choice of deputy PM as well as PM) but at least it will show what the priorities of members are.
I don't think there has been much to choose between the candidates and so I have changed my ordering a few times - but I am going to post out my papers today and with this latest information about Jon I have to drop him down my rankings.
Peter Hain and Alan Johnson have come across as the two candidates whoose 'heart is in the right place' - media savvy, atheists (though quiet about it), supporters of electoral reform (only AV in Hain's case but nevertheless) and a commitment to do something about inequality. Both have run lacklustre campaigns but I still think them the best candidates with a media unsavvy Harman in close third. So this is my final choices.