I'd vote conservative again, no problem. I'll be happier, obviously, if by 2015 the economy is back in good growth, they review taxation... and I really want to see IDS's welfare reforms come into play. I think, if we'd had Labour in charge this last year, we'd either have ended up like the Eurozone countries, penalised for overspending, or they'd have had to make the exact same cuts. FWIW I don't think you'll be asked to vote for Miliband. I think there will be a new Labour leader by then.
I will be voting Conservative unless they start to mess up.
The alternatives I am considering are the Labour party and the Monster Raving Loony Party. I have been listening to them both carefully, and so far have formed the impression that the Loony party have the stronger policies - they are listening, starting a real conversation, they are all ears and are asking questions. Labour's political slogan is "a better future", but unfortunately we have seen the past, so I think the Loonies are more for real.
LDNMummy, it's interesting you say you are a Labour supporter yet to date since the general election they haven't appeared to have put forward one policy.
So what is it you "support"? Yes, they are doing a policy review which must be the longest in history. It makes me laugh how over a year later they are still using saying "Yes we need cuts....", oppose every cut the Tories push through whilst not offering any alternatives themselves.
At least with the Tories we know where we are. Whether you think it's sensible or crazy is a matter of opinion. With Labour you've no real way to know what you'd be voting for.
And Lib Dems....well...I used to think they were a credible alternative. Especially after seeing Clegg on the leaders debate. I thought their stance on tuition fees was very sensible and almost voted for them. Glad I didn't as I don't like a party who not only breaks their election pledges but actually goes the complete opposite.
I've never been a Labour supporter, but actually would consider voting for Milliband. Lib Dems were painfully absent at the last local elections and I'm not really feeling the love anymore, and we don't generally get a Green Candidate around here which would be my preference.
I notice you didn't answer my question on the "You have to laugh or you would cry" (I think) thread regarding whom you are supposed to vote for when "they're all at it" - referring to corruption/criminality.
So I guess your answer, then, is to vote for the Tories, despite the fact they engage in criminal behaviour and are self-serving and corrupt - they most members of Parliament. Is that right?