Admit it, the ballot paper is still sitting on the sideboard while you wonder what to do.No it isn't. It's been binned.
One or two of those designs are clearly better than the others.Really? Isn't that a matter of subjective taste? Yet the writer (arrogantly) thinks his or her selection is superior.
... to ignore the ballot paper increases the risk of ending up with a flag we really dislike.
When the Commonwealth leaders gathered at the weekend, very few flags outside their conference venue featured the Union Jack. It is only a matter of time before we remove it from ours. We might not be excited by the alternatives but we need one.Or perhaps we'll be the last with it on the flag. Perhaps Australia should change theirs. Perhaps changing their flag should be made a forcible outcome for the loser of the next Rugby World Cup. That's only as silly as the current process has been.
I will. In the next stage.