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Politics - it's never that interesting: oh no

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19
Apr
Has Politics become the new Pools?

It looks as if it is a question of which perm will win in the General Election (due on 6th May 2010) in what was supposd to be a two horse race.

Perm 1
David Cameron - looking quite queasy these days - wins outright

Perm 2
David Cameron has the most seats but not an overall majority

Perm 3
Gordon Brown is in Perm 2 spot

Perm 4
Nick Clegg's Lib Dems win 100-120 seats

Perm 5 was Perm 3
Gordon Brown seeks an accommodation with Nick Clegg; Clegg says for that to happen he must resign as PM; PM not minded; HM The Queen asks David Cameron to form a minority Government

Perm 6
PM resigns; Labour Party goes into melt down as it seeks a replacment leader; contenders include Harriet Harman. Jack Straw, David Miliband, Ed Miliband, Jon Cruddas & James Purnell. Parliament could be suspended whilst election happens as uncertainty clouds decision making; hardly desirable

Perm 7
PM stays on as PM and concedes the following Goverment positions to the Lib Dems - Chancellor (Vince Cable), Foreign Office (Nick Clegg), Works & Pensions (Chris Huhne) and Culture (Don Foster)

Perm 8
Volcano erupts in Birmingham; locusts arrive in Scotland; earthquake hits Witney


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