Cameron said he doesn't want a third term, I doubt he'd go against this just because who the fuck would want to run the country.
There is a danger that Cameron will lose control of his backbenchers which would lead to a chaotic administration. Fortunately it also means some of the more ridiculous Conservative policies (banning internet encryption...) probably will not pass.
An EU referendum is unfortunate, but if the leadership can come up with some equally disgusting propaganda as they did for the AV referendum
I doubt we'll leave.
This time calls for voting reform are more universal, and rightly so. As much as I detest UKIP, getting twice as many votes as green and no extra seats is ridiculous. The SNP vote/seat share is often brought in here, it is irrelevant because the SNP only stood in Scotland, which makes up roughly 1/12 of the population.
I kinda feel sorry for the Lib Dems, the amount of crap they blocked is soon going to become all to apparent. They were always going to take losses, but few expected them to be this big. I don't think they have been pushed to irrelevance yet though, they will come back to being a minor player again. They lost hard because of tuition fees, everything anything wrote about them went something along the lines of 'the lib dems restrained the tories, preventing them from passing some of their more controversial laws such as the snoopers charter. They are however responsible for the rise in tuition fees.' I'm not all that pissed about tuition fees, I may currently be incurring £50k debt but with the ridiculously lenient repayment scheme I doubt I'll notice it in the future.