Coalition Governments: Hung Out to Dry?

Ian Garrett looks at the experience of coalitions and minority governments in nineteenth and twentieth-century British politics.

No sooner had the dust settled on the inconclusive 2010 election than Disraeli’s famous comment ‘England does not love coalitions’ was being offered as a judgement on the result, and its possible outcomes.

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