The minimum one can expect is that a poster should inform himself and not write stupidities .As there were elections in 1935,the last year for the next elections was 1940 .
The parliament act of 1911 required that a parliament would be dissolved after a maximum of 5 years .(before it was 7 years).Thus,in 1939,there would be elections during that year,or,at last in 1940 .
I don't know why this is that difficult to understand .The maximum of 5 years could not easily be circumverted by the government .
That Poland would be better being aligned with Germany,is your opinion,but,it is only tittle-tattle .The opinion of all Polish governments was that Poland could not ,NEVER,choose between Germany and the SU,because this would undermine the statu quo dating from and created by the Treaty of Versailles .
There only was ONE country that could stop Germany from invading Poland,and that was the SU.
And,there only was one country that could prevent the SU from invading Poland,and that was Germany .
Thus,it would be very stupid of Poland to align itself with one of both:Poland AND Germany were the live assurance of Poland .If one of them fell away,Poland was at the mercy of the other .
And,I don't see the relevance of the story of the British delegation going slowly to Moscow:they were not going to secure the aid of the SU .
And about the conservative concern about the elections which would take place probably in 1939 (Chamberlain planned the dissolution of Parliament for the autumn of 1939) :it is obvious that you have no notions at all of the British political system,otherwise you would not cite the irrelevant figures of 1935 :in 1923,the Conservatives lost 0.5 % of the popular vote,and more than 80 seats,and the majority in the Commons :having a big majority in the Commons does not assure the ruling party of winning the next elections .
Last point :your figures about the 1935 elections are wrong:National Government had not 492 seats on 615,but 430,they had lost 90 seats and 7 % in 1935