I like to keep the adrenalin levels high and the pulse racing here at normblog, so why not a further post on AV? Not the same old thing about how AV unfairly gives some voters more votes, or rights, or influence, than it gives other voters - or, rather, how it doesn't do that. Let's get things really rocking by moving on to a different point.
In today's papers there are good columns about AV by Andrew Rawnsley and John Rentoul, which I urge you to read, especially if you need calming down. Apart from that other non-fault, AV doesn't give the BNP a better chance than it has at present of getting its candidates into Parliament. With first-past-the-post a BNP candidate needs only more votes than each other candidate gets in the given constituency. With AV he or she needs to amass more than 50% of the voters overall in the 'final' aggregation of preferences - a much higher hurdle.