The cyber-gerrymanderers (I’m going to keep saying that until it catches on) at STAND have done an extraordinary thing. They’ve reversed the voting for entitlement cards in the UK Government’s consultation. What they haven’t done is shown that the general public is opposed to entitlement cards (the general public – at best – doesn’t care about entitlement cards and – at worst – can’t see what’s wrong with them). What they have done is made it impossible to claim that they like them. This is important work and will make the Government’s job more difficult – what more could a campaigning group want?