After an earthquake, we gather the pieces hurled and scattered all over the place by the magnitude of the event, put them together and reconstruct. This is precisely the situation Britain finds itself in after last week's momentous elections.
The big question in British politics now is who is going to win the 2015 General Elections for the British Parliament, which will produce the majority to form the new government.
The local and European elections were much anticipated and the outcome has been analyzed at length. The elections are supposed to give an idea of the next occupant of 10 Downing Street, the British Prime Minister's residence.