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Some Tories Want Merger With Lib Dems

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In the Mail on Sunday, a paper which I don't usually waste my time reading, I was surprised to see that there's a group of Tories that are pushing for a 'merger' with the Lib Dems - which in fact would be more of a takeover, intended to give the Torylition an overall majority.

How many Lib Dem voters would agree with that? How many Lib Dem party members?

I can't remember the exact details, but the article was on about the 'purple group' or something, and the 1922 Committee of the Tory party is dead set against any merger.

If the Liberal Democrat party is swallowed lock, stock and barrell, by the Conservative Party, where would all the Lib Dem voters go? I think probably think over 95% of them would be more likely to vote Labour than to vote Tory.

Of course, there's always an outside chance, if Osborne's punishment regime for the British public goes fully pear shaped, that some Tories on the left of their party might join the Lib Dems.

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