Manifesto call on 100 days mark to General Election

The general Election countdown today hits the 100 days mark in a vote battle still too close to call.

A single white rose is pictured at Temple Newsam Rose garden. (Pic is for Yorkshire Day)31st July 2006

Experts are uncertain not only about which party is likely to come out with most seats on May 7, but even about whether a viable coalition will be there to be formed.

The ongoing uncertainty comes as The Yorkshire Post continues to seek readers’ views on what should be in a Yorkshire Manifesto.

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The document, to be published next month, will set the standard by which party leaders will be judged when they seek votes in Yorkshire.

At a time of ever tighter polls, the manifesto gives Yorkshire a great chance to have its voice heard.

The failure of either of the two big parties to establish any kind of a lead, the polling collapse of the Liberal Democrats and the surge in support for Ukip, the Scottish National Party and the Greens have combined to make the 2015 poll exceptionally close.

To have your say on what should be in a Yorkshire Manifesto email the news desk at [email protected]