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but win or lose the knife edge election prime minister david cameron's korea hangs by a thread , andrew osborne is royce's deputy bureau chief , if if he loses the election , and if he wins the election , but doesn't as most opinion poll suggests get a majority and he's also in trouble , cameron came to power in a coalition with the center left liberal democrats in twenty ten , he wants to serve another five year term to finish the job of fixing the economy , as well as hold an e. u. membership referendum to cure the country of its euro skeptic angst , but even if he keeps the keys to ten downing street you may struggle to serve out a full term whatever happens in this election afterwards , are there many in his party i will be gunning for him , and indeed there are other candidates other leadership candidates who already circling if you like , %HESITATION including our boris johnson , while polls show his persons most popular major party leader cameron is the product of an unusually privileged backgrounds , the son of a wealthy stock broker he attended boys boarding school eaten at oxford university that rob some brits out the wrong way , and despite claims that the tories pulled the u. k. economy for a deep downturn real wage growth has only just started to pick up , on friday camera described the election as career defining , he was almost certainly right , nnnnn