As far as I can see the two ideologically similar parties Liberal Democrats and Labour could form a coalition based on the popular vote. They would get more than 50% together the Conservatives only got 36%. Thus they could change the election system and formalize such a coalition building in a reelection.
Right now neither the Conservatives nor the Lib-Lab coalition get a majority based on the number of seats in parliament.
However, many influential people are against Gordon Brown, although he made a significant contribution for the world during the financial crisis and as the incumbent should get a second chance having held the helm during a crisis. The Financial Times, The Economist, The Times and even The Guardian supports Cameron.
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