Yes your right, labour is done, but who should I vote for? they all seem to have their own interests at heart, what about the BNP they seem to have so many good policys, like hanging for murder. pulling out of the EU and stoping the facist left from destroying are culture.
In my humble opinion, regardless of ones political bias, there are only two political parties in the UK sufficiently organised and with the experience to run a country nationally and internationally. All the others are either solo gifted amateurs, appeasers, political theorists, or reactionaries like the BNP. None of these parties (in the short term) would be capable of mounting a serious government capable of running a country.
With the world in its present state of economic and political chaos can the UK afford to experiment with less well organised and membership barren parties?
For the stability of the country, at the present time, there is only a choice between the two major players. If one clearly believes that one has had its day and needs to recuperate, then there is only one other choice left.
Could an improvement to the current never ending story, be to adopt the American model of having fixed terms of office for the elected officials, or the Swiss model of a clear mandate for elected officials, and anything outside that mandate going to referendum?