Saturday, 25 April 2015


I've been playing around with the bbc's coalition building game.

From what I've seen of the polls, it does look like it's going to be a close run race again.

I'd like to think a more radical Labour Party providing a clear alternative would streak to victory, but then I think of how the vast majority of the media would react to such a thing.

Anyway, it does seem that a coalition government is the most likely outcome. Ironic that one of the big bad bogeymen used to defeat the yes camp in the proportional representation referendum was the spectre of such a many headed beast.

From the random figures generated by the Bec game, if Labour can get up too perhaps 270 or so seats, they can most likely form an alliance with various nationalists, greens and assorted left wingers such as Respect and the SDLP. The conservatives need a bit more ,as they only really have the DUP, the libdems and ukip.

I suppose I should vote labour myself, but i can't bring myself to do so.

I will waste my vote on a green instead.

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1 comment:

Pete said...

Whoever comes out on top, the establishment paedophiles will remain protected. We, the public, are sold appalling lies by the people in power. I am very cynical about all of them. That includes the Greens. The country is controlled by the Masonic, Jewish and/or Satanic-cult forces operating from beyond the shadows, through the intelligence services, with dirt and leverage on every political leader, senior police office and military officer, judge, senior civil servant and even celeb.