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after such a close election campaign hung parliament is the most likely outcome on william james reuters correspondent in westminster when negotiations are likely to start saying that will determine the country's next prime minister , if the conservatives win my seats this way the system is geared gives them a slight advantage because cameron is in office he is the prime minister he remains the prime minister off the after the election until a new government , that means he gets the first shot at trying to prove , that he can , the house , the only way that that falls down is a , clear that he's lost the election labor of one more seats and then , he is expected to resign and hand over to a labor government , but i still going to piece together a coalition , so was the end test of a government is clear that true journey to get that is a very complicated , let us know how deadline for negotiations about self forming alliances between the parties to get to the stage where we have a government in reality the green speech on the twenty seventh of my , it's pretty hot that line because at that point %HESITATION that will be a vote in the house of commons on on a speech which is being prepared by other david cameron or ed miliband which sets out the legislative agenda for the x. come if i vote fulls then it would be expected that side of the opposition get chance to have a guiding government after that