At election 2010, Gordon Brown’s Labour were absolutely trashed by David Cameron’s Conservatives. Brown resigned immediately. In 2011, the United Kingdom imploded after Scotland voted for independence, resulting in a domino effect, with Northern Ireland declaring independence in 2012, and Wales sticking it out until 2014. This is disastrous for Labour, who have lost many of their heartland areas of solid Labour, and there is a fear that in this political climate of parties, that Labour will never return to power and the English Tory vote is too strong in the midlands and southern counties. In a change of face, Labour, along with the Liberal Democrats, who maintained most of their seats last election form an alliance. In this first modern England general election, can the Lab-Lib Alliance thwart the “invincible” Tories?