If by some miracle, Labour were to be re-elected with a big majority it would be business as usual. They would persist if they could with their mindless policy. They didn't get a mandate for fluoridation at the last two elections so its daft to think that they would stop now. Of course finances may intervene. If Labour get in with a small majority they will get stiff opposition from the Lib Dems who have only recently woken up to the threat from fluoridation. The Tories would probably join in two, they are good at U Turns despite the famous Thatcher quote and there will probably be the prospect of savage cuts to front line services despite what they have said.
If the Lib Dems hold the balance with a Hung Parliament they will probably be joined by the Greens who also strongly oppose fluoridation and even UKIP oppose it. So even now on polling day i have my fingers, eyes and legs crossed for a dead heat Whatever else should happen, we will probably have to continue fighting the Fluoride Campaign on all fronts until its finally banished and no long a part of policy. Otherwise, like bypass and runway proposals, they have a habit of suddenly re-appearing at some time in the future when they hope that we have all forgotten the dangers and uselessness of fluoride and fluoridation.