Following the Government's brilliant initiative to try and hide the situation in A & E in England, by extending extensively the criteria for deciding there is a serious problem, the Government is rushing through new legislation before the election to make sure the election will provide 'a fair result'.
In the interests of 'Good Government' the Conservatives are proposing the introduction of emergency rules to deal with a Hung parliament.
If there is no clear cut winner with a working majority at the Election the decision will be placed in an 'Alphabetical Decision Criteria'. This means that political parties with their first letter earlier in the alphabet will get priority.
Conservative votes will thus be considered a priority, meaning that a Hung parliament will be 'unhung' by giving added strength to all Conservative votes.
'We must avoid the dangers of a hung parliament' announced Conservative leader David Cameroon 'this solution is in the national interest and has the backing of anyone who wants to maintain a stable Government'.