The likely outcome of the General Election is another victory for 'Lablibservatism', the dominant three-way economic and political status quo, says Simon Barrow. Yet cracks are showing and the possibility of a hung parliament could make deeper change possible.
individuals and organisations have been launching an online campaign to encourage people to vote for a hung parliament. Anthony Barnett explains why it matters to upset the political status quo and the 'big two' party juggernauts - and how we can.
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.