Apologies, the elections are getting to me. I keep getting this all this junk mail from the Labour Party. Hardworking families are in for a whale of a time if we vote for Mr Ed Miliband's party, apparently.
Anyway, I just wanted to mention that I've changed the prices of most anti-junk mail goodies in the shop. Not just for hardworking families, but for everybody – immigrants, benefit scroungers and bankers included.
Most of the price changes aren't very interesting. The postage fee for stickers has gone up by 5p, to 65p, but I've reduced the price of stickers by the same amount, to 85p. So if you buy one sticker you'll still pay £1.50 but if you buy more than one sticker you pay a little less.
There are two changes that should excite you though. First, you can now get a letterbox sticker and a doorbell sticker for just £1. It might help reduce political leaflets and deter political canvassers.
Second, a pad with 20 return to sender labels is now £1 per pad (used to be £1.25). You might find it useful to have some nearby during the election campaign ;).