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BBC Politics Show highlights Unit research on coalition government

3 May 2011

Prof Robert Hazell

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In this interview Robert talks about the effect the Lib Dems are having in the coalition and whether a review is necessary to set up coalition 2.0. The Unit has a research project monitoring the coalition government, funded by the Nuffield Foundation and led by Robert Hazell and Ben Yong.

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