The Conservatives are back in power but with a wafer-thin majority which means that the government will be weak. But why did England opt for another right-wing government, especially when all the opinion polls indicated it wouldn’t.
With one week to go before election day, we assess the state of the race. Who will win the British General Election and what will be the crucial issues the public will vote on?
The last Conservative-led government continued Britain’s traditionally aggressive foreign policy with military interventions in Libya and Syria and a hawkish stance towards Iran and Russia.
Muslim voters could help decide who forms the next UK government on May 7.
Immigration has become a major theme of the election campaign, with right-wing anti-immigrant parties such as UKIP rising in popularity.
In this edition of The Road to Westminster 2015, we ask: Will the British elections be free and fair?