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An interesting admission today from David Cameron today on the campaign trail.
Following the launch of the campaign yesterday (in which we are involved) to make the case for a hung/ balanced Parliament, two national newspapers carry favourabl
A poll conducted by Populus for the Times today shows that 32 per cent of the public are actually now hoping for a hung parliament (as opposed to expecting one). This is more than are hoping for either a Tory Government or a Labour Government.
A poll conducted by ComRes for the Independent on Sunday and Sunday Mirror at the weekend showed significantly more voters wanted a hung parliament (46 per cent).
A letter in the Financial Times today from the Chairman of Corporate & Public Affairs, at Weber Shandwick, suggests that far from being a problem, a hung Parliament would be economically beneficial: