Monday, April 11, 2005

Euro-ruled Britain won't need a king Mark Steyn with a typically hilarious piece on the upcoming British elections. This line in particular deserved notice:

That's also the problem those three party leaders face. I've no reason to disbelieve the crop of polls showing Labour and Conservatives neck and neck, but, unlike American polling, where distinctions between "registered" and "likely" voters are carefully studied, none of us has any clear idea which unloved party will do the least effective job at further depressing the turnout of whatever unenthusiastic faction of its dwindling base is most unresistant to being cajoled to the polls.


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