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Originally posted by Thepreye
I think the Tories will get the biggest vote but not necessarily the largest no of seats, Lab and Lib Dem will cooperate to form a govt whose main purpose is to push through a form of PR and maintain the status quo in other depts.
This will result in a new election in about a year under the new PR system hopefully then there will be a Liberal welfare state social libertarian party I can vote for, failing that Green.
Originally posted by DISRAELI
Conservatives with an overall majority, but a smaller one than suggested in the OP.
Labour struggling to retain second-party status.
The number of successful "local" independents larger than the number of successful BNP candidates.
[edit on 5-5-2010 by DISRAELI]
Originally posted by IanC99000310
Libral Democrats may win....
Parliment will be hung and we will see election reform. We will go back to the polls in November and we may have a propotianal Governance, this will speed up our journey into Europe.
Originally posted by rizla
The two party system really is a robust form of maintaining control.
Originally posted by blupblup
reply to post by RWM88
Not true, The Tories are Euro Skeptic and Cameron has said that if he's prime-minister, then we will not join the eurozone.
So UKIP are not the only party who are Euro Skeptics...