The last time I voted Conservative was in a local election some 40 odd years ago. I am what people call "a floating voter" as I vote according to my conscience and a have voted Labour, Lib Dem and Green in the past. Although I have sympathy with some Labour policies, I find it hard to trust the current Labour leader who seems ineffective to me. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29335450 .
At the moment I am very undecided who to vote for in the General Election next year. Maybe when their policies are better explained I'll be able to decide. Voting Conservative rather goes against the grain - their policies do seem to support the well heeled, but they have done a reasonably credible job so far in the coalition government in the last 4 years. Labour is likely to have stoked the National Debt even more. This worries me for the future.
The basic message is we have to learn to live within our means as individuals and as a nation. Whichever party truly believes this and has the right policies will (probably) get my vote. It is a long time since we ruled the world and had an empire that allowed us to exploit it.