Liberals working with Conservatives. Imagine that?
LONDON (AP) - Britain woke up to a new political era Wednesday with the first full coalition government since World War II—an unlikely marriage between the Conservative party of right-wing icon Margaret Thatcher and the left-leaning Liberal Democrats.
Details of the coalition alliance were expected to slowly trickle out—the Liberal Democrats have already won several Cabinet seats, but it will be one of the least experienced governments since Tony Blair's Labour Party won its landslide victory in 1997 amid cheers of joy.
Boos greeted Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron as he walked into Downing Street late Tuesday after Labour's leader Gordon Brown stepped aside. No party won a majority of parliamentary seats—voters were enraged after a damaging expense scandal last year that tarred lawmakers from all three parties with claims on everything from pornography to chandeliers. [...]
Now what if they got together and stopped spending their Pounds to the fullest extent?
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