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.

As of now, the Tories are favored to win, as reflected in this map by the Times of London (note: Conservatives are in Blue, not Red as in the U.S., and there are more than two parties):

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