This article first appeared on the CorpComms magazine website
Regardless of the result of Thursday’s vote, the 2010 General Election has been one of the most remarkable in living memory. The way that Nick Clegg has emerged from nowhere to completely transform the fortunes of the country’s ‘third party’ is something that would have seemed foolish to predict only a few weeks ago. And it’s the communications industry that has, arguably, changed the face of British politics – possibly for good, should the Liberal Democrats gained a foothold in the new Parliament and force through electoral reform to a form of proportional representation.
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