Flack

1. Spooky tourist attraction the London Dungeon offered its rather literal view of the country's political situation on the final day of the campaign. The prescient venue strung the three leaders up to give its own take on the possible 'hung' parliament. The Clegg mannequin would not stop swinging between the other two, apparently.

2. Offering the masses a hotline to God, The Methodist Church has launched its first app for devout iPhone users. The app (free, naturally) offers daily bible studies, prayers and news from the Church. No word on whether this divine intervention will help stop your phone freezing.

3. EdenCancan organised some clandestine filming with flamboyant Pineapple Dance Studio star Louie Spence to publicise lastminute.com, but brave PRO Phil Savage had to step into the breach when an extra failed to show up. The Sun covered Spence splashing about in Trafalgar Square with 'a stranger'. All in a day's work, Phil.

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