UK Elections: Hung Parliaments And How To Fix Them
The U.K. parliamentary elections are around the corner, and it's looking like they won't end with a clear winner. What happens next?By Matt Picht | May 4, 2015
It's election season in the U.K., and most polls say the country is heading for a hung parliament.
University College London professor Robert Hazell explains, "A hung parliament is one in which there is no clear outcome to the election. … If one party doesn't gain 325 seats or more, it won't have an overall majority."
After Britain votes on May 7, party leaders will have to form a new government. Here are their options.