Read the other posts.
I don't think any of those really added anything to your argument that some number of people voting for you doesn't constitute an election victory. You don't seem to have a very good understanding of the way UK politics work - maybe you should check out which elections and parties my latest set of popular vote figures are from, there is a subtle difference from the previous set. I see you also disagree with 2005, but what about 2001, where Labour's popular vote was a huge 0.2% higher than the Tories got this time?
Loving the "Tory-boy" ad-hom BTW. Particularly appropriate I think when I'm just commenting on the way elections work, rather than anything party-political, and my latest set of figures includes more than one party.