WTF is "structural bias in the electoral system"? I read somewhere recently that if Labour can win 29% and the Tories only 39%, this means they'll be two seats short of a majority due to this structural bias - which was explained as labour votes being more helpfully distributed amongst constituencies. Being a thick cnut, I can't get my head around that. If you achieve a higher percentage of votes surely you win, don't you? I'm particularly curious because I also read somewhere else that the English electorate didn't return Labour to power at the last General Election. Frankly, I'm not sure who will get my vote, but it won't be Labour, that's for certain. I'd be gutted to think they might win by some fcukin unfair advantage. Anyone able to explain it in layman's terms?