Britain’s broken electoral system

Friday 8 May 2015 @ 11:56 pm

So UKIP manages almost nearly 4 million votes (almost 14% of the total vote share) yet gains a single seat whilst the vile money-grabbing SNP manages fewer than 1.5 million votes (less than 5% of the total vote share) and gains 56 seats.

Democracy? Shyeah, right.

Mind you, the electorate had a chance to get rid of the first-past-the-post system in a referendum but resoundingly rejected it so we only have ourselves to blame. The whole system needs reforming so it’s fairer and more accurately reflects the votes cast.

On the plus side, good to see the useless Lib Dumbs completely wiped out and even better that the country wholeheartedly rejected Red Ed’s laughably inept manifesto for Labour government hell bent on tax and spend policies.

Best moments? Arrogant idiot Ed Balls (the clue is in the name) and sanctimonious pompous peacock Vince Cable both losing their seats. Good riddance to both of these slimy toads.