Labour now, of course, have questions to answer about how they've targetted cancer sufferers with this campaign. So far, they claim that they've used public data in a kind of scattershot approach – but Dizzy points out in a second update to his post that there may be "more to this than meets the eye". And then there's the case of Diane Dwelly, a breast cancer survivor, whose image and words are used on the leaflet. As the Times puts it:
"This weekend Dwelly, 48, from Rugby, admitted she had 'probably been used by Labour'. She believed her photograph had been taken for use in a magazine for the National Health Service, not as part of Labour’s election campaign."
If so, then this story has a while left to run yet. And, at the very least, it's unlikely that these leaflets will cross any more letterboxes for the rest of the campaign.