UK General Election Forecast 2015 - Immigration Crisis, SNP Insurgency and Housing Mini-BoomElectionOracle / UK General Election Mar 05, 2015 - 09:21 AM GMT
Answering who will win the 2015 UK General Election.
Find out what the impact will be of the SNP insurgency determined to disintegrate the United Kingdom, Liberal Democrats meltdown following betray of solemn pledges (tuition fees), UKIP profiting from continuing out of control immigration, unemployment falling to a 6 year low, and the housing market sentiment driven mini-economic boom as this analysis concludes in a detailed UK general election seats per party forecast including who will form the next UK government.
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