ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Political Mould Broken or Business as Usual?

UK Elections

Though the Tories under David Cameron have won a second term with a majority, the United Kingdom's political mould has broken with the recent elections. Most significantly, Scotland is on a journey of its own--and a largely positive-looking one. Labour has to reinvent its political story and purpose, just as the LibDems have to. The support for both the UK Independence Party and the Greens suggests voters are looking more widely for answers to today's challenges. And Cameron's small majority may soon come to cause him problems.



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