The Telegraph provides a useful list of suspects. It just seems odd to me that after this election, someone who was not in any of the debates could somehow become prime minister in a party that clearly won many fewer votes and seats than the Tories. That's why it actually makes sense to me that Clegg would be PM running a Labour-dominated cabinet, perhaps with his own chancellor. But we are in such uncharted territory that I really have no idea what's being mooted behind closed doors.

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