UK Election Forecast 2015 - Budget Bribes Fail, SNP Insurgency Catastrophe - VideoElectionOracle / UK General Election Mar 24, 2015 - 10:01 AM GMT
George Osborne's pre-election bribes budget apparently just did not live upto voter expectations as £3k bunged to first time buyers and £200 to basic rate savers amongst several smaller bribes was just not enough as the Conservatives saw a 10 seat projected swing to Labour. Meanwhile the Labour party is playing with fire as it dances around whether or not they would rely on SNP MP's to prop up a Labour government that would prove to be a catastrophe as this video illustrates.
- Budget bribes fail to buy votes
- SNP Insurgency
- Alex Salmond states "If you hold the balance then you hold the power", "it would be very good for Scotland"
- Conservatives warn SNP will call the tune with Labour
- SNP Catastrophe
- SNP Fantasy of cutting the deficit and increasing spending
- David Cameron announces his resignation even before he has been re-elected.
- Election forecast 2015
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