FYI, there's nothing to stop you casting your vote in crayon

David Cameron might have somewhat ambiguously advised you to "grab hold of your stubby pencil" when in the voting booth tomorrow, but there's really no rules on which writing implement you use on your ballot.

According to the Electoral Commission: "There’s nothing in the law that says you have to use a pencil."

This opens up a host of possibilities, from writing your vote in crayon (I'm looking at you, UKIP supporters) to casting it in blood Game of Thrones style.

We've reached out to the Electoral Commission for some clarification on the boundaries of artistic vote-casting.

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