GreenSam wrote: I'd take issue with 'the popularity of the right-wing' being on the increase though.
Doubtless UKIP are certainly on the increase- but a poll yesterday showed Labour having a whopping 7% lead over the Tories. Some right-wing sentiments are admittedly strong but the Conservatives are in disarray and (unless Scotland votes Yes) are headed for a catastrophe in 2015.
What with their poor polling nationally as well as UKIP splitting the non-Labour vote, I can't see anything other than Seabeck safely retaining her seat. Streeter's is a Tory safe seat. The only real competition is in Plymouth Devonport/Sutton. Considering Labour's huge national lead over the Tories and the fact that that particular seat is high up on their target list, I'd put Luke Pollard as a strong favourite to win the seat from Oliver Colville.
This is just to stir the pot a little - what if the Tories and UKIP agreed to a pact not to stand against one another?
I hope you're right and can see what you're saying but think that this will be a close race. At the end of the day it will come down to the voters in Plymouth, not the nation, and a local guy like Johnny might cause some problems.
For what it's worth, adding to comments from Ian, I don't think there's a lot of difference between the three main parties at present and as for Ed, I believe he's done a pretty poor job as Leader of the Opposition.