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Stood alongside his wife Samantha, David Cameron, Britain's new Prime Minister, confirmed that he will be forming a coalition government with Nick Clegg. They have agreed to put party differences aside, he said, and work for the good of the nation.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010 in Hung parliament, The Coalition | Permalink
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