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Britain has been served by a Coalition Government for over three years, delivering an ambitious programme of deficit reduction and public service reform. But, as we approach the 2015 General Election, the relationship between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats seems increasingly strained. Yet, because of the electoral map and the growth in smaller parliaments, hung parliaments and coalitions may become more common. How can coalition for the Conservatives work better in the future?


• Peter Bone MP
• Peter Oborne, Columnist, The Daily Telegraph
• Isabel Hardman, Coffee House Blog Editor, The Spectator
• Professor Tim Bale, Chair in Politics, Queen Mary University
• Ryan Shorthouse, Director, Bright Blue (Chair)

Date: Tuesday 1st October 2013, 19:30 – 21:00

Venue: Derby Suite, Midland Hotel, Manchester

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