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Grand coalition - Lab-Con-Lib

Works for Germany at the moment.

Why not? they're all the same.

They don't actually do anything.

They all covert power more than anything else.

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"Why would they need the Libs?"

Face. It spreads the pain.

Never mind pissing off the SNP, a grand coalition of Lib-Lab-Con would piss off the percentage of the populous who didn't vote for one of the "big two-and-a-half", the people who did vote for one of them for tactical purposes, and all of the people who voted for one of them on the basis that they were different from the other two.

If the first category is likely to be roughly a quarter of the population, the latter two categories must make up most of the remaining three-quarters!

The only people who wouldn't be pissed off is anyone who voted for Liberal Democrat, Labour, or Conservative in the hope that they went into a grand coalition. I doubt the pissed off voters would be likely to vote for 'the establishment' next time round.

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It would certainly pee off the SNP! A coalition for the UK. Although it would be interesting to see who they picked as PM.


Well, both Cameron and Miliband are modern men. They can job-share.

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Then they could double up on cabinet ministers so more big wages and gold plated pensions

The model has been tested out on the last 5 years.

It would be no opposition for 5 years not even the usual pretend shouty rabble stuff except in the last 4 weeks when the election is imminent.

Edited by billybong

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