Apparently a Lib Dem candidate in the Salisbury district council election has decided to stand down as a candidate and has effectively urged the voters to vote for Labour. The ward has two Tory councillors currently, and there were two Lib Dems and one Labour fighting it against them.
Frances Condliffe, one of the Lib Dem candidates, decided to step down on the grounds that an anti-Tory vote would be split, so it's better for people to just have two candidates, one Lib Dem and one Labour.
The amusing thing is that this Lib Dem doesn't even live in the ward, and nor does the Labour candidate. So we have the odd scenario where a Lib Dem who lives in one ward is telling the voters of another ward to vote for a Labour candidate who lives in another ward.