Talking of which Glenrothes springs to mind. I cannot believe how serious this issue is and yet it is as if it never happened. Like the election in May 2007, an international disgrace and....nothing, it's only Scotland.
Looking at what the BBC reported on Labours reaction to Glenrothes just left me speechless. What happened in Scotland that allowed people such as this to be in power, they should not be allowed to run a whelk stall at the Barras. Here it is:
Labour's Lindsay Roy held Glenrothes in the by-election
An independent investigation is being carried out after marked electoral registers for the Glenrothes by-election were lost by the courts.
The registers, which are the only record of who voted in the Westminster election, must be kept for a year.
Tricia Marwick, Nationalist MSP for Central Fife, said the blunder was "beyond belief".
Labour comfortably saw off an SNP challenge to hold the Glenrothes seat in November.
The Scottish Court Service described the incident as "deeply regrettable" and confirmed an external investigation would be carried out into the incident.
Fife Council said it had a receipt proving the authority handed the electoral registers over to the sheriff clerk at Kirkcaldy.
The ballot papers were counted fair and square in front of the eyes of the world
Scottish Labour spokesman
Ms Marwick called for an independent inquiry, adding: "It is almost beyond belief that a by-election which attracted media coverage throughout the UK, which delivered such a surprise result and had a much higher turnout than anticipated, now has no records to show who actually voted."
Scottish Labour backed calls for a probe into why "an SNP government department lost confidential personal data again".
A spokesman for the party added: "Lindsay Roy won the by-election because of the incompetence of the SNP locally and nationally.
"The ballot papers were counted fair and square in front of the eyes of the world."
Scottish Court Service chief executive Eleanor Emberson, said: "It is important for all concerned to establish what happened to the marked register."I deeply regret and apologise for this loss and am arranging for the matter to be fully and independently investigated."
Does this just not reek of denial even given that no one has made any allegation. That in itself leads me to believe that something reeks in Glenrothes. Labours reaction to this is bizarre and shows them up as trying to cover up some wrong doing.