Not sure how you did it. Time traveler...Very weird that the "real world election" on December 12th turned into an election very close to the 2013 Election I did on the original thread. It also has similarities to the fictional 2011 election as well.
The Conservative seat total was very close to the 2011 election and the same majority of 80 seats.
- Election held only 2 and half years since the previous election.
- Election held in winter (November in 2013, December in 2019).
- Tories started out ahead, Labour did better than expected, increased in the polls, polls predicting hung parliament or narrow Tory win, before improved debate performance for the incumbent Conservative PM and then a late surge in the polls to give him a landslide win.
- Labour got 200 seats in 2013, they got 202 seats in 2019.