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General Election 2015: could we be heading for a grand coalition?

In the event of two messy elections, Labour and the Tories might have to buddy up

By Peter Kellner  

Laboour and the Tories are split across the generations. © Ed Miliband for leader/Guillaume Paumier, CC-BY

Let’s get this clear. What follows is not a prediction. I doubt it will happen. But it might; and if it does, the consequences for the future of British politics could be far-reaching.

I, and others, have been musing recently on the possibility of a messy outcome to the coming general election—that is, one where neither…

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