Britain unpredictable election kicks off with parties neck and neck


LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron will on Monday ask Queen Elizabeth II to dissolve parliament, kicking off formal campaigning for one of the most unpredictable elections in decades. Both Conservative leader Cameron and opposition Labor leader Ed Miliband have already set out their battle lines for May 7, focusing respectively on the economy and the state-run National Health Service. The Conservatives and Labor have been neck and neck in opinion polls for months, and two new surveys published Sunday indicate the race remains incredibly tight.



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