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Political Parties, Unit 3

Differences between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats

The Lib- Dem spring conferecne in Gateshead has prompted a flurry of comments about the nautre of Lib Dem policy and particularly how they develop a clear, separate identity to the Conservatives prior to the 2015 election, without breaking the coalition or undermining notions of CMR in the interim. With polling data showing a collapse in support for the Liberals and their leader it seems at present that very few people aside from David Cameron currently ‘agree with Nick’ the nature of the differences within the coalition are outlined in the following piece from the Guardian.




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