What is the process for forming the next government?

  The aftermath of the general election is shaping up to be a battle between numbers and legitimacy—between maneuverings among the parties to secure a Commons majority and claims about whether the party with the largest number of votes and MPs should form the next government. The likely strength of the SNP is, of course, …

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The General Election and Beyond

General Election With national papers reporting there are still 10 million undecided voters with under a week to go until polling day, everything is still to play for in the 2015 General Election. Labour and the Conservatives are still neck and neck in the polls with neither party seeming able to make the decisive break …

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Cicero Elections Review: Leaders’ Question Time

  David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg took part in the final election television event last night in front of a Question Time audience in Leeds. Last night was originally meant to be the final leaders debate, but Cameron rejected the offer claiming debates would dominate the campaign. In contrast, yesterday’s event received little …

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