650 seats up for grabs. Here we go!
Labour 282 seats
Conservatives 278 seats
SNP 35 seats
Lib Dem 28 seats
UKIP 4 seats
Green 1 seat
Plaid 3 seats
DUP 8 seats
Sinn Féin 5 seats
SDLP 3 seat
Alliance 1 seat
Independent NI 1 seat
Speaker 1 seat
325 needed to form a government.
'Lefty Alliance' of Lab+SNP+Grn+PC+SDLP=324.
'Coalition Continuation' of Con+LD+UKIP+DUP=318.
Oh, and the Cons got more votes than Lab: a 3% higher vote share - 36% to 33%.
Lib Dems say they won't give support to a government installed on SNP votes that intend to Break Up Britain.
There's alog jam. But the whole thing needs to be resolved within a fortnight or there'll be another election.
After a couple of days of speculation, Dave hosts a press conference in the Number 10 rose garden at 10am on Sunday 10th May 2015. He says that he's delighted to announce that he's managed to secure the votes required to 'create a strong and stable government with the support of over two thirds of the voters', before introducing Ed Miliband as the new Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Better Together Britain.
What say you?
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