Ok, this might sound really stupid, i thought i got it, but i don't!
Who would be prime minister if there's a hung parliament?
I understand the concept of hung parliament, if no party has a majority of seats.
Chances are Labour will have the 'most' seats, but not the most votes, because they win their seats by smaller margins. But if Labour win the most seats does that mean Gordon will stay in power, even if there's a hung parliament?
Does that mean it's virtually impossible for Nick Clegg to be PM, Lib Dems would have to have the most seats?
Just when i think i understand it all i confuse myself!!
This thread isn't intended for political debates/arguments Re: policies, purely to educate people such as me who don't fully understand the system!!