Richard Robinson, the Liberal Democrats candidate, seems to me to be a fairly ordinary political candidate.
He responded in a reasonable time to my emailed enquiry and answered my questions directly. He understood the double-edged nature of the non-stun issue (animal husbandry/religious freedom) and addressed both points. He has a good layman's grasp of both the human rights issue and the software patent issue. He takes a sensible reforming view of the House of Lords and has sound understanding of the UK's major defence requirements.
I'm confident that, if elected, Richard would make a fine MP.