Election could signal brighter days for North
The voice of traditional Ulster unionism appears to have been silenced once and for all, following an election to remember
The British electorate has not so much spoken as seemingly held its political nose, by delivering its most remarkable election result since 1929.AsWall Street stocks tumbled and the Greek financial crisis rumbled on, a Rubik’s Cube of political possibilities was delivered.
British voters - having endured the MPs’ expenses crisis and the Iraq War - have shown a marked lack of confidence in their politicians.
Things may never be the same there...
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