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... okay, maybe it doesn't, but a few political wonk facts and figures never hurt.
Electoral Calculus are busy and have a seat by seat guide. Hornsey and Wood Green is here.
The best bit is seeing where we figure in the grand debates of our time, and if you like cutting a distinctive dash, we're doing quite well -
In the list of most 'remain', or least 'leave' seats, H&WG comes in at no.648 (out of the 650 constituencies). Only Stoke Newington and Brighton Pavilion are more EU-phoric.
Better yet, we come in at no.650 in the 'national' criterion - meaning we're the topper-most 'internationalist' minded area in the UK! (no, I'm not sure what that means either, but it's worth fighting them on the beaches for, or indeed not doing so).
Election fever seems to have gripped a group of CE Facebook users who kept a who0to-vote-forin-Hornsey-and-Wood-Green debate going for almost 3 days.
One contributor found this Guardian piece which suggests the Conservatives might do even better than feared/hoped.
And another suggested that the decision on which candidate to choose assuming you believe the Conservative will not get elected here, is a "Difficult decision - to vote for a candidate whose party cannot get into government or... another candidate whose party cannot get into government."
PS - Facebook exchanges are plagued by a number of problems, but one of them can be resolved by using the "Expand All" bookmarklet.
The Ham and High thinks a Labour majority of 11,058 is marginal