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Five years on,at the end of a LibDem-Tory coalition everyone is perceived to be part of the establishment The emergence of alternative parties is viewed by voters as merely a “tactical” choice to prevent the Tories or Labour from getting a majority Mostpolls show voters trust the Tories more with the economy but trust Labour more on welfare and the NHS Milliband unfortunately is proving to be Labour’s Achilles’ Heel The UK Independence Party (UKIP) under Nigel Farage is running its campaign on two negatives — anti-immigrationand anti-EU The real star of this election is undoubtedly Nicola Sturgeon of the Scottish National Party (SNP) From only six seats in 2010 the SNP is expected to win at least 50 of the 59 seats north of the border as it reaps the results of the Scottish referendum of September 2014 The SNP was able to ensure an 85 per cent turnout of whom 44 per cent voted “yes” to Scottish independence (against 55 per cent who voted “no”) The referendum results are viewed by many as a mere trailer to what will happen next — that this election is not about who will govern the UK for the next five years but its very survival This is a battle being fought on factory floors and in closed-door meetings with pensioners and unions Memories of a tired Gordon Brown who forgot to switch off his microphone and was heard remarking “What a bigoted woman” loom large Every party seems to be wanting to shield its leadership from the perils of an unguarded moment in a crowd Notwithstanding a last-minute surge by either party the likely outcome is a slim Tory lead over Labour In that event David Cameron’s continuation as prime minister will be legitimised on the grounds of numbers incumbency and loyalty to a united Britain A government formed by the largest party is more legitimate than one formed by the second-largest and a non-Tory government that relies on SNP support will lead to the eventual breakup of the country All compelling arguments but still the prospect of a hung parliament remains very real Under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act passing a Queens Speech or a budget is not a formal test of majority But in practice a party that didn’t clear these hurdles wouldn’t last in government — a Queens Speech defeat in 1924 saw Stanley Baldwin step down as a majority PM and make way for Ramsay MacDonald at the helm of a minority government This uncertainty has led to the possibility of a Labour-led government supported by the SNP (despite Milliband’s reiteration that he will “do no deals with the SNP”) even if the Tories emerge as the largest party The LibDems in Nick Clegg’s words would serve as the heart of a Tory coalition and the brains of one led by Labour Either would be legitimate as all three are parties with national constituencies as opposed to the SNP which is viewed as a separatist party with Scottish-only interests Any pact it would make with Labour would be viewed as illegitimate by voters in England Wales and Northern Ireland It is on this legitimacy argument alone that Cameron rests his fate The writer a general secretary of theWest Bengal Trinamool Congress is inthe UK as an international observerfor the elections as part of theElection Assessment Mission organisedby the CommonwealthParliamentary Association For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAt around 6 pm on Sunday PTI put out the following tweet attributingthis information to the AIADMK: AIIMS experts have confirmed TN CM #Jayalalithaa has completely recovered will return home soon: @AIADMKOfficial (File pic) pictwittercom/B3lyj2Mrkq — Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) December 4 2016 At around the same time cardiologists pulmonologists and a battery of critical care physicians were struggling to revive Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa She had suffered a massive cardiac arrest at 5 pm and had been immediately put on ECMO or extra-corporeal membrane heart assist device This is a life-sustaining intervention to provide both cardiac and respiratory support to persons whose heart and lungs are unable to provide an adequate amount of gas exchange to sustain life Either the party apparatus was blissfully unaware of the development or was deliberately trying to mislead everyone That Tamil Nadu’s political culture is famously opaque when it comes to disseminating information is well known In this case medical bulletins in the initial days only spoke of fever and dehydration and it was only when critical care specialist Dr Richard Beale was flown in from London to corroborate the line of treatment that people realised there was more than what meets the eye For the better part of the 70-odd days Jayalalithaa has been on the ventilator as she is suffering from Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome She has also been given passive physiotherapy File image of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa PTI In fact people reacted with surprise when she put her thumb impression on the forms of the party candidates in the by-elections The reason given was that her right hand was swollen Only in the past two weeks or so when Apollo Hospitals chairman Dr Prathap Reddy has been speaking to the media has there been some clarity on the chief minister’s condition The discussion at the hospital centered around when Jayalalithaa could be discharged But Sunday evening has pushed the situation back to square one A top source grimly described the chief minister’s condition as "more than critical" But while the mainstream media has reported on Jayalalithaa’s health with restraint — not overstepping the line refusing to speculate WhatsApp has shown itself to be the spoilt cousin With every forward giving incorrect information under the halo of authenticity WhatsApp converted Chennai and several cities around the world into a web of rumours Many received WhatsApp messages that there would be an editors’ meet at midnight No clue as to who had called for it Some spoke of Section 144 imposed in Chennai Again wrong All of them designed to create panic and confusion On Twitter several people tweeted mentioning the worst Suddenly a lot many people "knew" a doctor working at Apollo Hospitals in Chennai or were "friends" with one of the doctors in the Aiims team As evening passed into the night the media contingent (or circus as the critics would like to say) had become very large It will only get larger as Monday wears on Battling sleep tiredness anxiety rain and the mosquitoes of Greams Road Jayalalithaa’s health is a big story to cover for all media — print television and digital Regional national and international But at the same time it runs the risk of degenerating into a Peepli Live Accuracy in disseminating news is the only way to fight rumour-mongering The entire Tamil Nadu police machinery has been on duty since 7 am on Monday suggesting the law and order machinery is gearing up for something untoward This kind of a bandobast has not been seen since 22 September when Jayalalithaa was admitted to hospital What would really help is if the administration told the citizens the truth so long as it didn’t compromise the law and order situation In October more than 50 people were arrested by the Tamil Nadu police for spreading rumours about Jayalalithaa’s health Many of these arrests were on the basis of complaints filed by the AIADMK IT wing Ironically the same party spread wrong information about its own leader Information — and accurate one at that — is always at a premium in Tamil Nadu That makes the challenge of doing journalism all the more in the state especially at a time like this Investigators launched a search on Wednesday of British banking giant HSBC’s Geneva offices as part of a money laundering probe following allegations the bank helped clients evade millions of dollars in taxes Swiss prosecutors said Reuters "Following the recent revelations related to the HSBC Private Bank (Switzerland) the public prosecutor announces the opening of a criminal procedure against the bank. for aggravated money laundering" Geneva prosecutors said in a statement The search was taking place at HSBC’s Swiss headquarters headed by the Geneva cantonal prosecutor general Olivier Jornot assisted by another top prosecutor Yves Bertossa The prosecutors said they had opened the probe against the bank itself but that "depending on the evolution the investigation might be broadened to include physical persons suspected of committing or participating in acts of money laundering" The announcement came just over a week after HSBC Switzerland found itself at the epicentre of a massive global scandal following the publication of secret documents The cache of files made public in the so-called SwissLeaks case claimed HSBC’s Swiss private banking arm helped clients in more than 200 countries evade taxes on accounts containing $119 billion (104 billion euros) The files which include the names of celebrities alleged arms dealers and politicians were originally stolen by former HSBC IT worker Herve Falciani in 2007 According to the documents billions of dollars transited through the bank as customers from around the world tried to dodge the taxman in their home countries or in a bid to launder proceeds through shell corporations AFPand deference to the political elite? “We have been surviving on biscuits and tea without milk for the past three days.

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