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Uncertainty persists over which party will form the next UK coalition

Even though the Lib Dems could lose a sizeable number of seats, they are once again expected to be kingmakers
Monday, May 4, 2015 - 05:50
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The big question is whether it will be Mr Cameron (above) leading a Conservative coalition government or Ed Miliband heading a Labour coalition. The Economist says that despite the risk on Europe, a coalition led by Mr Cameron should have a second term.
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The big question is whether it will be Mr Cameron leading a Conservative coalition government or Ed Miliband (above) heading a Labour coalition. The Economist says that despite the risk on Europe, a coalition led by Mr Cameron should have a second term.

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WITH four days to go for the UK elections, pollsters, betting shops, markets and businesspeople have become increasingly convinced that another coalition is inevitable.

The big question is whether it will be David Cameron leading a Conservative coalition government or Ed

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