Wednesday, 5 May 2010

UK Election 2010

As the UK General Election is tomorrow (thursday May 06) I thought as I'm a UK citizen I should blog something on the subject so here goes. Scotland's four main parties are to make their final efforts on the campaign trail before voters go to the UK polls.

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Tavish Scott (good Scottish name) will campaign in the Scottish capital city Edinburgh and so will Scottish National Party leader and current First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond who will be taking in numerous areas all over the country to try and win support back for his party after their failed bid to get the PM debates taken off the air.

The Conservatives will focus their efforts on the Dumfries and Galloway area with David Mundell(?) vigorously campaigning. Labour's Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander will be heading to Barhead, East Renfrewshire.

South of the Border Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Conservative leader David Cameron and Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg have made their final plea to the public before voting on Thursday's election gets under way.
Gordon Brown said 'Only Labour could take the country forward and would always be on your side'.
David Cameron said 'A victory for the Conservative party would bring hope, optimism and change'. He also urged voters to 'trust their better instincts'.
Nick Clegg said simply 'This election is our chance'.
The polling stations open on thursday at 7am BST and close at 10pm BST.

And that's enough of that thanking you
The Housebound Writer.

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