The UK’s general election is the most unpredictable in a generation

Political passions, party political promiscuousness, and someone called Workington Man.

Britain will vote on December 12, the first election in that month since 1923, the third in four years, and a contest that is likely to be the most unpredictable in a generation.

There are two main reasons for this: an increasingly fickle electorate, and someone election strategists are calling “Workington Man.”