Yeah, there's more than one thread about all that stuff - you're bouncing up and down over the market, so that's what I'm talking about.
I perfectly understand the point you are trying to make about the markets. Perhaps I have not made myself clear, so I'll try again. 1) Using a very, very short term rise in the markets is statistically foolish and of little weight when judging whether a particular decision opr course of action is the right one. So I'm calling into question your use of it; 2) Using one factor, especially one as flawed as this, is to ignore the vast number of things which go to make up a functioning society; and 3) My pretty straightforward quesion wanted you to explain how we managed to lose that value (which, incidentally, includes the short-term bounce you describe and was therefor much greater) in 3.5 years of a Tory government.
What you have here is markets reacting to a bit of certainty where previously the Tories had created significant uncertainty. Nothing more.