|Scottish National Party||6||0|
629 out of 650, and nobody’s seeing a clear path to a majority. Also: apparently it takes the British almost a day to count election returns (maybe they have just one guy who does it, and he has to run from borough to borough). Conclusions:
- This entire situation reminds me why I distrust scenarios where multiple parties have representation in a legislature.
- At the rate things are going, somebody is going to have to ask the Queen what she thinks. That may be interesting.
- I actually retain fond memories of British breakfasts – their bacon is unusual, but good – so watching the BBC broadcasters stumble around at 6 AM local time over this entire thing merely made me oddly hungry.