Elections have been set in Great Britain for May 6, pitting the Labour Party (headed by Obama-wannabe Prime Minister Gordon Brown) against the Conservative Party (“Tories”) (headed by David Cameron).
The election is shaping up as traditional nanny-state government (Labour) against less big government (Tories), echoing recent U.S. elections.
While all politics is local, and the election could swing either way based on personalities and non-economic issues, the Tories are campaigning on a platform of tax cuts, opposition to proposed national insurance tax increases on businesses, and greater economic freedom.
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