Nick Clegg, leader of Britain’s Liberal Democrats, has long said that he would speak to the largest party first after any election producing another hung parliament. He has seemed to be keeping his options open. In an interview in today's Financial Times, however, Mr Clegg greatly constricts his room for manoeuvre http://econ.st/1ECUCKh
DURING the election campaign so far, the Liberal Democrats have been at pains to stress their equidistance from the Conservatives and Labour. The...
As Britain approaches its most unpredictable election in decades, the current political map reveals a fragmented country. Can one party break out of its strongholds and win a majority or (more likely, it seems) does another 'hung parliament' beckon? http://econ.st/1JCn3pE