I couldn't seem to find the old thread, of which DarthKarde and @G-FETT were staples. In May of this year, Britons head to the polls to vote in the general election. This election, however, seems destined to throw up a few unique and interesting moments as neither the Conservatives or Labour have a clear advantage as incumbent or opposition. Support instead seems to be dribbling to the Scottish Nationalist Party - fresh emboldened after a spectacular defeat in the independence referendum and with that innate aversion to spending that only a Scot can muster - the Greens and UKIP. Broadly speaking, it seems that people think the Tories have the head but not heart to lead; and Labour the heart but not head. The LibDems seem also be the recipient of backlash as they bleed centre-left votes to Labour (who have lost hard left to barking mad lunatics in the Greens) as reciprocity for their alliance with the Tories. (Though the LibDems have seen an ebb and flow of votes in the past, so they are relatively non-plussed). So, come May this year, who do you think will win, should win, and who will upset the applecart by becoming a balance-of-power party in the Commons?