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[The five years from the general election of May 2005 to the general election of May 2010 can be divided into three main phases: the first was the final period of Kennedy’s leadership, culminating in his resignation in January 2006 after a growing revolt against him. The second phase can best be...
[The general election of May 2010 proved to be an extraordinary affair. Both the campaign itself and the hung parliament which it produced provided the heady stuff of high political drama. Curiously, however, when the election was finally called for 6 May, the contest got off to a somewhat...
[The outcome of the May 2010 election left no party with an overall majority in the Commons. During the campaign, Clegg had repeatedly emphasised that the party with the most seats and most votes after the election should have the first chance to attempt to form a government. The May 2010...
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