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Two Cheers for David Cameron!

By Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The Week - May 7, 2015

Britain's general election today is very exciting politically. The two main parties, Tories and Labour, are neck and neck, with a number of wild cards in the mix. There's the murky fate of the Liberal Democrats, currently sitting in government but widely unpopular. There's also the spoiler potential of the country's smaller parties, like the Scottish National Party and the United Kingdom Independence Party, who have grown fearsome thanks to popular dissatisfaction with establishment politicians. Because of these factions and the nature of parliamentary politics, Britain's next government could look like anything: a Tory majority, a Labour majority, a coalition, or a minority government backed by smaller parties.

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