Sunder Katwala has an interesting post on Next Left this morning where he highlights a report in the Guardian which discusses how David Cameron and The Conservatives are very unhappy with the current constitutional arrangement whereby the Prime Minister remains in office in the case of no party having an overall majority and gets the first chance to try and form a government that commands the confidence of the Commons. There are suggestions that David Cameron may try and use his media cheerleaders to shout loudly about the unfairness of this (if the Conservatives have the largest number of seats) and effectively "demand the keys to No 10". This way he would get the chance to form a government first and thus be seen as the "rightful" PM.
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