3 May 2015: ‘Britain faces a simple and inescapable choice – stability and strong government with me, or chaos with Ed Miliband’ David Cameron
7 May 2015: David Cameron (Conservative) defeats Ed Miliband (Labour) in the United Kingdom general election, winning by 330 seats to 232. As Mr Cameron predicted, the following years for the UK were a period of incredible stability, growth and common-sense thinking, with very little bad news to report.
Mr Miliband was not so lucky.
In Chaos With Ed Miliband, we follow the main news stories and issues that have arisen since that election, in stark contrast to the turmoil, hardship, and downright anarchy that has occurred in Ed’s life. From returning his overdue books to the library (£1.22 fine, paid in full), to drinking an espresso at 9.39pm at a dinner party to be polite (he was still awake at 2.13am), and visiting three different branches of Waitrose to find the right type of balsamic for his favourite niçoise dressing, I’m sure you’ll agree, we can all be very thankful that Mr Cameron helped secure this period of stability and rock-solid government, and that we were all spared from what can only be described as chaos with Ed Miliband…