With the local elections coming up in May, Haringey residents have the chance to get rid of Labour after four decades.
As you can see from the numbers top left of my blog, the Lib Dems are the only party that can end Haringey Labour's rule. At the last local elections in 2006, Haringey elected 30 Labour councillors and 27 Lib Dems - not a single Conservative or Green was elected. In fact, it's now 12 years since the Conservatives won any council seat in Haringey.
I took this photo over Christmas when I was on holiday in New Zealand - a sign commemorating "one hundred years of local body government", brilliant.
Haringey was created in the local government reorganisation of 1965, so is just 45 years old... if it makes it to 100 I'm not sure local residents would appreciate a similar sign!