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Britain’s coalition prepares for first public test

British voters will have their first chance later this month to judge the performance of their first peacetime coalition government since the 1930s, with the real bellwether coming later in the year.

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British voters will have their first chance later this month to judge the performance of their first peacetime coalition government since the 1930s, with the real bellwether coming later in the year.

The result of the general election last May was hailed as the dawn of a new political era, with New Labour pronounced dead.

In David Cameron, the Tories had finally found themselves a leader who was able to usher them out of the...

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