Hung Together: The 2010 Election and the Coalition Government

Hung Together The Election and the Coalition Government Hung Together The inside story of the Election its aftermath and the first months in power of the unprecedented Conservative Lib Dem coalition government Full description

  • Title: Hung Together: The 2010 Election and the Coalition Government
  • Author: Adam Boulton Joey Jones
  • ISBN: 9780857202529
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hung Together The inside story of the 2010 Election, its aftermath and the first months in power of the unprecedented Conservative Lib Dem coalition government Full description

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    172 thoughts on “Hung Together: The 2010 Election and the Coalition Government”

    1. Disappointing rambly book about the 2010 UK election In light of the recent UK election, I had meant to read this sooner as a primer to the actual Election Day (which I didn't really follow anyway). I had been really into that election while waiting for the US midterms to come and it was interesting to watch the "coalition government" (which I don't have much experience in seeing, being in the US and too young to remember anything similar). It sounded like an interesting premise: the election p [...]


    2. I picked this up because it felt as though the UK was heading for another hung parliament in 2015 and I wanted to refresh my memory of how it all played out in 2010. As it happened, there wasn't a hung parliament, but it was still good revision.


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