UK election campaign kicks off
The UK general election campaign has officially begun. With no clear frontrunner, the contest is predicted to be the most tightly fought in decades.

The British parliament is set to be dissolved on Monday signalling the official start of the country’s five-week election campaign, which will see incumbent Conservative David Cameron (pictured above leaving Downing Street for Buckingham Palace) fight Labour’s Ed Miliband in what is expected to be the most unpredictable leadership race in decades.

The fractured electoral landscape means that minor parties, the Scottish and Welsh nationalists, the Greens and euro-skeptics like the far-right UKIP could hold the balance of power. The last general election in 2010 was similarly fraught, resulting in a coalition government of Cameron’s Conservatives and the center-left Liberal Democrats.
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