U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron vowed to press on with a parliamentary vote on redrawing electoral boundaries after his Liberal Democrat allies said they’d oppose the plan in a dispute over constitutional reform.
Conservative leader David Cameron and Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown toured swing seats in a fight to woo undecided voters as polls tightened three days before U.K. elections.
From his vantage point on the chalk cliffs above the English Channel, Alan Bentley has a clear view of where his country is going wrong.
"UKIP's strongest support tends to be from older men with a working-class background in places at the end of the railway line, seaside towns and places that have been left behind."
- Anthony Wells on Nov 04, 2014