Uncertainty: The only sure thing in Britain’s too-close-to-call election

By Griff Witte, Dan Balz, May 6, 2015

LONDON — After a bitter, bruising and unusually fragmented six-week election campaign, British voters began to vote Thursday knowing just one thing with near certainty: Nobody is going to win.Or, at least, polls suggest that no one will win in the way elections are usually decided in British politics, with one party claiming a majority in Parliament and a clear mandate to run the country.Read full article >>