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.
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.
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.
"He currently seems to get an amount of leeway with the British public that no other politician gets because he's likable, popular and authentic."
- Anthony Wells on Aug 06, 2014