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Thread: Enacting the manifesto? Labourís pledges and the reality of a hung parliament

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    Default Enacting the manifesto? Labourís pledges and the reality of a hung parliament

    An interesting paper from the Constitution Unit on the possibilities of a hung parliament.

    Media coverage in this election has been dominated by the Conservatives and Labour, and their competing policy plans. But a key difference between the parties is that, while a Conservative majority government is clearly possible based on the polls, a Labour majority government is not. Hence a Labour-led government would need to negotiate its policy with other parties, which would soften its stance. Robert Hazell and Meg Russell reflect on the lack of coverage of these questions, and what a Labour-led government would actually look like Ė in terms of personalities, policies and style.

    https://constitution-unit.com/2019/1...ng-parliament/

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    Thanks, that is interesting and clarifies things.

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