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Recent divisions between the coalition government parties could be just what they need ahead of the local and regional elections on May 5. Some observers believe it will ensure that voters see the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats for the separate

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Recent divisions between the coalition government parties could be just what they need ahead of the local and regional elections on May 5. Some observers believe it will ensure that voters see the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats for the separate entities they are.

With deputy prime minister Nick Clegg recently caught out telling David Cameron ‘‘we won’t find anything to bloody disagree on’’, there is merit in the argument that putting ground between the governing parties...

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