Snap general election for the UK may not happen
There is mounting speculation that Gordon Brown may be persuaded against calling a snap election. It has been reported that Brown will spend a day assessing whether a snap election will be called next month. However, if the polls are anything to go by, Brown may have to wait for a while.
BBC suggest that as it stands in research polls, both the Labour and Conservative party are level at 38%, whilst the Lib dems are trailing behind at 16%.
The increase for Conservatives boils down to people seeing the party deliver fresh and innovative policies, in addition to more people trusting the party to bring the country out of the social decline we see today. More emphasis has been added to social justice, former leader of the party, the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith, stated "Remember one thing, together we can change it, so come with us and let us mend our broken society."
The conference in Blackpool has been an emotional experience for those present and viewers watching via news or internet. Highlights included Arnold Schwarzenegger endorsing David Cameron's leadership and work on the environment, George Osborne (Shadow Chancellor for the Exchequer) announcing inheritance tax would be levied on dispositions of property over £1 million under a Conservative government, and finally David Cameron's speech which shook the Winter Gardens conference centre. David Cameron concluded, "Let the people pass judgement on 10 years of broken
promises, let people decide who's really making the arguments about the
future of our country. Let people decide who can make the changes that
we really need in our country. Call that election. We will fight.
Britain will win."