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Giovanni Spinella on Platform: Lessons from Europe on how to run a coalition government
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Liberal Democrats lose support in first polling verdict on The Coalition – Yesterday evening's ToryDiary
Frank Field and Will Hutton 'join The Coalition'
"Former Labour Minister Frank Field is to ‘defect’ to David Cameron’s new coalition Government by taking on the role of Britain’s ‘Poverty Tsar’, it was revealed last night. Social conservative Mr Field is to lead a major review into poverty as part of Mr Cameron’s promise to tackle what he calls ‘Broken Britain’ – social breakdown, rising crime and the benefits dependency culture… In another clear sign of the coalition’s political leanings, leading Left-wing political pundit Will Hutton is to be Mr Cameron’s ‘Fair Pay Tsar’, tasked with slashing the pay of public-sector fat cats." – Mail on Sunday
"The former Observer editor, Will Hutton, was closely linked to the New Labour project and is seen as a leading liberal commentator. He is also executive vice-chair of the Work Foundation, a high profile think-tank." – Observer
Controversial policy guru Steve Hilton was reportedly delighted that the coalition had enabled Mr Cameron to ‘bury the Tory Right-wing’
"Senior Lib Dem Lord Greaves said Tory Right-wingers would be horrified when they discovered how easily their team surrendered key policies – and how keen they were to dump them for Lib Dem policies. He said: ‘The Tory Right-wing will be livid but they are trapped and can do nothing about it. It is an extraordinarily good deal for the Lib Dems. We got around 35 items from our manifesto agreed by the Tories.’ A fellow Lib Dem said: ‘It seemed the Tories were under strict instructions from Cameron to do a deal whatever the price. The talks were supposed to be about each party’s red lines, but the Tories forgot to bring their red marker pen with them." – Mail on Sunday
"If Cameron is so feeble under pressure from Nick Clegg, how would he react to the pressure from the enemies of this country, or in any kind of national crisis?" – Melanie Phillips in The Spectator
Boris could become a rallying point for Tories who feel betrayed by the deal Cameron has done with the Lib Dems – The Sunday Express
In The Sunday Telegraph Matthew d'Ancona blasts critics of the Coalition: "At the margins, Left and Right, there is already an informal counter-coalition of the callow, the irreconcilable and the Jurassic, determined not to give Cameron any credit for the remarkable gains made by the Conservatives in the election, or to show Clegg any respect for the colossal risk he has taken. Plenty of Conservatives are longing for the deal to fail, principally because it beckons them so far outside their comfort zone."
Clegg "begged" Brown to continue with LibLab talks
Nick Clegg begged Gordon Brown to persevere with talks about a Lib-Lab coalition just two hours before David Cameron was confirmed as Prime Minister, it was revealed last night. The Liberal Democrat leader spoke to Mr Brown four times on Tuesday, pleading with him to keep alive the chance of their two parties joining forces to destroy the Tories for ever. But Mr Brown refused, suspecting Mr Clegg was using him in a cynical ploy to force yet more concessions from the Conservatives." – Mail on Sunday
Lord Ashdown says Lib-Lab deal frustrated by David Miliband – Independent on Sunday
We want the 55% rule because Britain needs stable government – Oliver Letwin and Danny Alexander in The Observer
Eurosceptic Tory MPs eye new opportunity to scupper Lisbon
"A new amendment to the treaty – expected to be rubberstamped by EU leaders in June – will require ratification at Westminster. The Foreign Office says it is only a technical adjustment. But some Tories are set to use the process to call for a vote, despite David Cameron already ruling one out." – BBC
> Matthew Elliott raised this 're-ratification' issue last month and the opportunity it represents for Eurosceptics
Europe is the third member of the Clegg-Cameron marriage – Julia Hartley-Brewer in The Sunday Express
Vince Cable tried to block George Osborne from becoming Chancellor and then refused to serve as his deputy – News of the World
Public finances are worse than Labour pretended says Coalition chorus of Cable, Maude and Willetts – The Sunday Times
> Yesterday evening's ToryDiary: George Osborne accuses the defeated Labour Government of having "brought Britain to the edge of bankruptcy"
Cameron's inner circle
Go to the bottom of this Mail on Sunday page for a rare photograph of Cameron's inside team.
From election-night tension to heading for the Palace to see the Queen – The News of the World has exclusive behind-the-scenes photographs of Cameron's wait for the keys to Number 10.
My first week as an MP – Charlotte Leslie in The Observer
And finally… Can Britons tell new Prime Minister and his Deputy apart?
The Sunday Telegraph tests voters.
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