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Election 2015: the unpopularity contest

Voters don't like coalitions but are likely to pick one

The outcome of the next election is anyone's guess. © UK Parliament

With next May’s polling day fast coming into sight, both Labour and Conservative parties are staggering rather than sprinting to the finishing line. There are six months to go and both parties are struggling to gather support in the polls of much above the low 30 per cents. Meanwhile the Liberal Democrats languish in single figures. It seems like a lifetime ago that everyone was “agreeing with…

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