Is Great Britain Headed for Coalition Government?

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For the first time since the 1930's, Great Britain's two-party government may be in for a change. If neither the Labour nor Conservative party wins enough votes to govern, Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats, will be the power broker. Currently, the parties are in a three-way tie, which could leave the country ruled by a coalition. But who would be getting in bed with whom? What about the current Prime Minister, Labour's Gordon Brown?  John Burns is London Bureau Chief for the New York Times.




Warren Olney