A week ago, David Cameron's stint as Prime Minister seemed all but over. Labour and the Conservatives were neck-and-neck in the opinion polls, and there were a host of smaller, left-leaning parties getting ready to do a deal with the Labour Party, a deal that would have made Ed Miliband Prime Minister. But then a sudden late swing confounded all the pollsters and put the ex-Eton public schoolboy back in for a second term. But is this really a victory for the status quo? Andy and Colin discuss what happened to cause the upset, as well as the ins-and-outs of Cameron's Second Coming, which will also include an in-out referendum on EU membership.
- Our previous podcast about the UK election
- Colin Liddell on the 'de-Whiting' of the Labour Party
- Some lessons from the election
- Derek Turner on the UK election
- Francis Carr Begbie on the UK election
- The Right Stuff on the UK election
- Music by Mathew Eugene