Life, as they say, comes at you fast these days – Mike Hosking: It’s May all the way, despite headlines
The worst case scenario is they don’t have a working majority, which won’t happen, but even if it did, let us not forget that prior to the last election the country was run, and reasonably successfully, by the country’s first coalition.
The saving grace for May of course is the Labour party.
Corbyn is one of the most remarkably unelectable people ever to present himself to the electorate.
Disliked by most of his own MPs, loathed by the public, and only saved by the unionists who have flooded the party membership to get him the leadership.
His policies are from another age, and so extreme that when push comes to shove, when people actually have to decide who runs their country, short of the small collective of Marxists who have never quite joined the real world, Brits know full well there is only one choice.