Today will be interesting. At least for political junkies who somehow have been sucked in by Charles CW Cooke's descriptions on the British elections today.
What makes it intriquing is the very likely possibility of the SNP taking all of the seats from what historically has been the Labour Party's strongest region in Scotland. While I do not think that will be enough to erode enough of Labour's vote to give the majority to Cameron's Tories, I am interested in observing what happens.
Of particular interest will be finding out how much , if any, falloff the Liberal Democrats have as a consequence of their coalition with the Conservative Party, and if Nick Clegg manages to hold his seat. Also will Nigel Farage manage to win in South Thanet, or will the UKIP prove to be a passing fad.