This week our British cover depicts a politician in distress. The country’s coalition has proved stronger and more radical than seemed likely a year ago. It should not lose its nerve.

This week our British cover depicts a politician in distress. The country’s coalition has proved stronger and more radical than seemed likely a year ago. It should not lose its nerve.

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  1. recettedefromage reblogged this from theeconomist
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  4. awesomestman reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Before last year, Britain hadn’t been governed by a coalition in peacetime since the 1930s. Many thought this one...
  5. dreamer-in-jeans reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Haha so true!! Everyone said a coalition would leave Britain in anarchy and ruin, but I don’t see mayhem gripping the...
  6. backoffice reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    This week our British cover depicts a politician in distress. The country’s coalition has proved stronger and more...
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  8. itsalexblack reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    hilarious!
  9. phifn reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    As a proud pessimist I choose to believe that this was written about a year ago.
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  11. thiscaledonianlife said: And how’s the economic recovery going since this great coalition took power? Not very well at all.
  12. kingxerox reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    WHO SAYS THAT COALITION GOVERNMENTS DON’T WORK?
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  14. beerabocaj reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Summed this coalition up rather crudely
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