“I can see why people are keen on me to consider standing"says the site. The grammar is shaky and it doesn't say who these people are.
But at the same time Opik has been telling this blog's favourite newspaper a rather different story.
The Shropshire Star reports:
Glyn Davies, incidentally, had to postpone making his maiden speech after being hospitalised with an irregular heartbeat. Happily, it sounds as though he has made a full recovery.
Former Montgomery MP Lembit Opik is considering a sensational return to politics by taking on the man who defeated him in the General Election.
Mr Opik lost his seat in one of the surprise results of May 6 to the Conservative Party’s Glyn Davies.
However, today Mr Opik said he remained the candidate for Montgomeryshire and had not ruled out an attempt to reclaim the seat ...“It’s up to my party whether they would want me to remain the candidate. But I wouldn’t rule it out. My home is in Newtown and I have a flat in London. I remain committed to the area and I’m looking at my present situation as an enforced career break.”