In a time when Governments of all colours have messed up and thrown us into an economic mess, a little humility would go a long way. Whatever hand in terms of seats, is what the politicians will have to deal with.
No party leader is going to make definitive statements about who they will/won't work with or on what terms. They fear that Voter A will be put off if they say they favour Party X and Voter B will be put off if they say they favour party Y.
So what should we be asking them about hung parliaments?
To those who have said a hung parliament would be "bad"
Does that mean you won't work with others for the good of the country? Why not?
To those that countenance a hung parliament,
How detailed a programme for government would you seek to negotiate and when can we expect the next general election?
More at http://www.38degrees.org.uk/page/speakout/hungparliamentpr
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