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just hang in the balance , if the conservatives lose this election i think cameron is finished almost immediately and i think it's widely expected that he would resign fairly swiftly , and but the irony here really is to even if he wins , standing up for election , and part of southern england and is actually quite a tight race between you can't other conservatives and labour if he doesn't win not seats %HESITATION i think mantra for all its last step down , and that could actually have far reaching consequences for his policy because there are many people %HESITATION including him actually sometimes in franco moments you say well actually you keep is really a one man band , the other one that's the most important one here really is nick clegg the leader of the liberal democrats , he was very much like going to another coalition , but if he loses seats and opinion polls suggest that it is very close , of course let's not forget at miliband there were many people in the labor policy who i think would like to replace it , it is going to be difficult for him to keep the leadership