I concur with TD for 'none of the above' - partly because of the troughing that has gone on and partly because none of the parties reflect all my wishes (and propose things with which I disagree).
It would be good to elect a local Independent, but one voice among 650 is a voice in a wilderness, and any sensible MP should look after the interests of the constituency anyway.
Maybe if the total number of MPs associated with a particular political party was proportional to the number of national votes cast then they might ensure that they did what they promised to do in order in order to get elected . . .
I just want to see whether any of them (whoever wins) keep their promises this time.
Apparently the figure associated with the number of people whose votes actually count in deciding who forms the government is less than 30% (which seems obvious if you consider the three-way split).
It always seems strange when the US results are equal within statistical error . . .