The percentages strongly or broadly supportive of such a deal both hit a new high this month.
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As this New Year opens, the proportion of party members expecting a Minority Conservative Government hits a high
The proportion of those expecting Cameron to make it back to Downing Street has grown since earlier this year.
“There is an opportunity for a Labour administration with our support if the Labour Party want that.”
Expectation of a Conservative minority government hits a high in our party members’ survey as the year ends
The number of those anticipating this outcome has been rising since the late summer.
Stephen Tall: A spectre haunts the Lib Dems. Actually, scratch that. At least five spectres haunt the Lib Dems.
The reality is that there is no easy bounce-back recovery for the Lib Dems. It’s going to be a long, hard slog. And that’s the best case scenario.
There are hard truths for each of the three established parties.
The Coalition must end now.
Which party has learned from its mistakes? And which seems to repeat them endlessly?
The Lib Dems were “pleased as punch” about their influence, but now feel they lost their voice.
From grim determination to quiet leadership campaigns, here is the low down on what’s happening in Glasgow.
Like a gambler who won big on his first flutter, the Lib Dem leader is overconfident. In reality, his hand is weak.
When this country needed a stable government, the Lib Dems stepped up to the plate
What if the SNP holds the balance of power in Westminster?
He could have then called, and won, a second General Election. So why did he strike a deal with the Lib Dems?
Is it proof of a Zombie Government? Or is there life in the Coalition yet?