Two million people have gone to the polling stations, not with the intention to vote for the party that they support, but with the intention of keeping the opposition out.
Commentators are predicting and politicians are scaremongering about all different kinds of potential governments which could be formed after polls show another failure by the traditional duopoly to form a majority.
In reality however there are only two or three realistic outcomes after May 7th.
With the General Election on the horizon and no party expected to win a majority, it appears that like five years ago, the UK will have a hung parliament after 7th May. Support for Labour and the Conservatives now appears to be neck and neck, with a ComRes poll published on 2nd May showing each party with 33% of the public’s prospective …