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Who will the Lib Dems support if there is a hung parliament in 2010 election?

Question asked by: artiste

Asked on: 13 Jan 2010

This is an interesting idea and whilst Nick Clegg (the leader of the Liberal Democrats) seems not to want to commit on this, it is a key question as many pundits are predicting a hung parliament for the first time in many a general election.

It seems most likely that he would surely line up with the Conservatives, even though historically you would always say that the Lib Dems were closer to Labour, just because the New Labour project is now well and truly passed its sell by date and the whole country is crying out for a change.

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Replied at: 13 Jan 2010
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