I was delighted earlier to watch the new MP for Harlow Robert Halfon's gracious victory speech earlier, kindly sent to me by Graeme Archer.
The most unusual vioctory routine must be the one that awaits the candidate elected by the great people of Salisbury. Tradition dictates that the new MP sings a song about fighting turnip beetles, first sung 300 years ago. It was a tradition observed by the outgoing MP, Rob Key. The LibDem candidate said that he wouldn't sing it if elected. What a spoil sport! John Glen - elected on Thursday with a majority of 5,996 - did sing it.
There's more about the tradition and an audio of John's performance here.