The VICE Guide to the 2015 UK Election


Make sense of the aftermath of the United Kingdom‘s election with this in-depth look at the pre-election issues and campaigning

The UK 2015 elections were an undeniable victory for the Tories and an abysmal defeat for their coalition partners the Lib Dems and the opposition Labour. Unexpected, many analysts are questioning their pre-election forecasting abilities after nearly universal polling results showed a tight race until the end – a race that resulted in an outright Conservative Party majority and a Tory government led by David Cameron. Amazing. Also interesting is the performance of the Scottish National Party which defeated Labour almost universally in Scotland.

For other articles on the United Kingdom’s 2015 elections:

Ed Milliband, Nigel Farage, Nick Clegg – All Resign Following Massive Conservative Party Victory

United Kingdom Elections 2015: Conservative Party Emerges as Largest Party, David Cameron Likely to Remain Prime Minister

David Cameron, Ed Miliband, the SNP, and the BNP: Welcome to the United Kingdom Election Season