I enjoyed reading this article from the Christian think-tank, Ekklesia, regarding the desirability (and inevitability) of a hung Parliament, if not at this election then at some time in the future.
Living in a constituency which is amongst the top 160 safest constituencies in the UK, where my vote might well count for nothing because the outcome of the vote here seems to be a forgone conclusion, I long for some kind of proportional representation. It would seem to me that to encourage people (especially young people) to participate in the election they need to be assured that their votes count, wherever they live.
I dislike the present adversarial climate in politics. In watching, reading and listening to our MPs, I get frustrated by their playground antics, the constant mudslinging and their unwillingness to work together. A hung Parliament, where politicians have to learn to work together, might be no bad thing.