The parliamentary constituency of Peterborough is definitely having it's fifteen minutes of fame, but not all for the right reasons.
It became the first constituency where the sitting MP, Fiona Onasanya, was ousted by the new recall procedure.
Then it became the first constituency where the brand new party led by Nigel Farage, The Brexit Party, stood in a by-election on the 6th of June.
And now we have the police looking into alleged election irregularities regarding that very by-election.
The Labour Party candidate, Lisa Forbes, won the vote narrowly by 683 votes with The Brexit Party candidate, Mike Greene, coming second.
And Cambridgeshire police say that they are looking at three allegations of postal vote offences, one of fraud and corruption and one of breach of the privacy of the vote.
There were 9,898 postal votes out of the 33,998 ballot papers received, that's 29%. And there were 400 postal votes rejected due to errors in the signature and/or the date of birth, that's 4%.
At the time of the vote it was reported that sources within The Brexit Party believed that election irregularities were occurring and the leader of the party, Nigel Farage, went as far as to call it a 'rotten borough' and that the postal vote system had caused his party to lose to Labour by that very narrow margin of 683 votes.