I'm voting Lib Dem, always been good in my area and I agree with their policies on education, Trident and immigration (although rather uncertain as to how their policies on this are going to be put into practice and what repercussions they may have. But then immigration is a difficult and sensitive topic without a clean solution). I am also a bit worried about some of their tax policies but I am obviously keen on National Insurance levels being raised.
I won't vote Labour as I think the last 6-8 years of them in power have been poor. I still haven't forgiven them for Iraq, even if that was Blair's decision. They should have lost the last election over that in my opinion. I also think that, while Brown is probably the most qualified of the three PM candidates to guide us free of the recession, he is also the man who got us into it in the first place. Admittedly this was always a global disaster waiting to happen and Brown can't be soley blamed for the UK being a part of it but he certainly didn't help us. He was reactive rather than pre-emptive which is not a great quality in a PM.
I won't vote Conservative as they're Conservative. No, seriously, I was thinking of voting for them a year ago but all my initial optimism over the 'new' Conservative party waned as their policies came under greater scrutiny and it was revealed that they were much less sure on them than they appeared at first. In the end Cameron seems to have fallen back on standard Tory policies - lower inheritance tax, hard on benefits, cap on immigration - which I can't in good faith support.
So I'm voting Lib Dem.