The Fifth Lectern: After 'The Fourth Lectern' - what happens next?

The Fifth Lectern After The Fourth Lectern what happens next What if UKIP were given a lectern in the debates in That was the starting point of The Fourth Lectern That book covered the few weeks around the alternative General Election What would have

  • Title: The Fifth Lectern: After 'The Fourth Lectern' - what happens next?
  • Author: Andy Cooke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What if UKIP were given a lectern in the debates in 2010 That was the starting point of The Fourth Lectern That book covered the few weeks around the alternative 2010 General Election What would have happened next In The Fourth Lectern , the door for the UKIP surge opened in 2010, just before the General Election that year, rather than a few years after it, as in oWhat if UKIP were given a lectern in the debates in 2010 That was the starting point of The Fourth Lectern That book covered the few weeks around the alternative 2010 General Election What would have happened next In The Fourth Lectern , the door for the UKIP surge opened in 2010, just before the General Election that year, rather than a few years after it, as in our world The resulting Government was fragile and a new election seemed inevitable but was it For how long could the embattled Prime Minister eke out his time How long would it be until the next General Election And when it was to come around well, the rules for having a lectern at the debates now seemed clear And another Party wanted in

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    1. This is an interesting counterfactual about what might have happened if the 2010 UK general election had turned out slightly differently. It may not be for everyone - in particular, I suspect you need to be fairly interested in (and moderately knowledge about) UK politics in order to find this your "cup of tea." But it's got a strong plot and would make a great screenplay in the mould of some of the Blair/Brown TV dramatisations we've seen over the years. It also makes some interesting points ab [...]

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