London, May 3 (ANI): Britain’s Conservative Party leader David Cameron has said that he has no intention of working on a post-poll tie-up with the Nick Clegg-led Lib Dem alliance.
According to The Telegraph, Cameron believes the momentum is with his party after his confident performance in last week’s final leaders’ debate, Gordon Brown’s “bigoted woman” gaffe and a series of polls showing a fall in Lib Dem support.
The paper claims that Cameron is preparing to “go it alone” and form a minority government.
Cameron has said that he will launch one final push for support over the next 72 hours, including an all-night stint of campaigning targeting night-shift workers and late-night radio listeners.
He will reach out to voters in Northern Ireland amid signs that the unionist parties may hold the key to the Tories forming a government.
Cameron is also relying on the reluctance of the Lib Dems or Labour to risk unpopularity with the electorate by bringing down a minority Tory government at a time of economic uncertainty. (ANI)