Well done to the Tories and Lib Dems for putting us back decades of social improvement. It seems in some ways like they're trying to take us back to the 1930s, especially with their consistent meddling with the NHS that can only eventually lead to privatisation as the "only way to fix the endemic problems".
There's a reason why Labour can't sit back chirping from the sidelines on this: they caused to a travesty by outsourcing disability assessments to ATOS, deliberately and cynically targeting a weak point in society. Not only has it destroyed lives and taken critical benefits away from those who most need them, it has allowed the Tory (and Lib Dem lapdogs) to shrug their shoulders and say "well, they implemented it, we're just continuing Labour social welfare policy".
Then there's the Workfare scandal where unemployed people are made to do essentially a full-time job for nothing beyond their benefits, it can work out that some people are being paid the equivalent of £1.78 per hour to "participate" in this. Again, Labour did not oppose this policy at this year's votes in Parliament despite the minimum wage being a massive step forward under Blair.
So, who is there for me to turn to now? I left Labour for the Lib Dems as they said they represented a good portion of my views. Now the Lib Dems are quite comfortable in implementing all these attacks on the people they said they'd support. The Greens are just too weird. UKIP is a bit too far on the wrong side of the political divide for me. Screaming Lord Sutch is no more and his party have suffered in his absence. I'd rather use my ballot paper as toilet roll than vote BNP. Respect, that's the ego party of Galloway and is nothing but a feed for his narcissism. That leaves... no major party. Also, no minor party. No point in voting independent as they only get in on critical local causes and everywhere else they're ignored by the persistent party voters who'd vote for anyone wearing their party's rosette. At no time ever as an adult have I felt less enfranchised, it seems no-one really wants my vote.