Fears of a Tory "coup" grow as constitutional crisis looms
Owen Jones becomes latest to sound warning about David Cameron's intention to stay in No 10
GROWING warnings are emerging over the potential for a Tory "coup" if they are the largest party after the election but cannot command a House of Commons majority.
Polls have consistently predicted a hung parliament with the Conservatives battling it out with Labour in a series of key marginals.
In order to pass a Queen's Speech, a government must have the support of 323 MPs, a number that Labour may have an easier path to, with the backing of the SNP.