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“As ever Mr Bell you sum up this Tory led Co-alition superbly.”
“Why David Trimble of course - Hmmm. The principle of consen was at th heart of the agreement, you know democracy and that, so if SF & DUP happen to win elections it is childish to suggest that this in some way dilutes the devolution settlement - in point of fact until Paisley chucked it the co-alition was working much better than anyone could have hoped.”
“Mr. Brown, as sitting prime minister, would have the first chance to form a winning co alition despite apparently trailing in parliament seats by a significant margin.”
“Some senior Cameroons see the co-alition as initiating a long-term reconfiguration of British politics.”
“His effort was doomed well before the convention ---- McGovern's late entry was supposed to help hold the anti-war co-alition together by not letting too many Kennedy delegates settle for Humphrey --- but I still believe it just muddied the issues, and allowed Johnson to keep a tighter rein on things.”
“You also show your ignorance and bias by equating Israel's centrist Kadima co-alition with those pesky right-wing war-mongering Likudniks - these tried and tested cliches are bound to get you enthusiastic nods of approval at dinner parties yah!”
“Just like Canadians have differing opinions on the validity of the coup-alition so do the constitutional "experts.”
“Gerry's opinion is that the coup-alition of Dion plus Jack and Gilles is that it's not constitutional.”
“According to Gerry the coup-alition would have had to have approached the Governor General immediately after the election and before the government sat in it's present form.”
“An opinion that the current coup-alition isn't constitutional”
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