For the first time since March 2012, the Conservatives could win the general election in May 2015.
Credited by a YouGov poll of 35% of the vote against 34% for Ed Miliband’s Labour party and 14% for Nigel Farage’s euro-skeptic party UKIP, the Conservatives come a long way. Indeed, the fiercely criticized policy of Prime Minister David Cameron seems to be working: not only Scottish chose to remain in the UK but economic growth proves stronger than expected with 3.2% forecast for 2014.
So that the threat against the recovery of the UK economy lies mainly in the increased weakness of the French and Italian economies where private sector growth reached a lowest rate in 10 months. “We want economic reform in Europe not just for ourselves but for the French, the Spanish [and other countries too],” said the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne.