Tag Archives: coalitions

Now wait for later this year

Life is composed of reality configurations so constituted. To abandon her would be to say, I can’t endure reality as such. I have to have uniquely special easier conditions. Philip K Dick, ‘Now Wait For Last Year’ It’s been a rather eventful day, but I think the situation for the Liberal Democrats still hasn’t changed. […]

Why rush?

Following that Dutch article I linked to yesterday, I’ve been looking into how coalitions get formed in other countries and found some interesting information about the aftermath of the German elections of 2005. The election took place on September 18 and returned an inconclusive result, with the CDU and SPD almost equal on seats and […]

What now?

Some disorganised thoughts from me, that may or may not add up to a coherent whole. For those looking for a more thought-through opinion on all this, I suggest visiting the Lib Dem Blogs aggregator and working through the entries there. Or take a look at this Dutch perspective on the situation. I can remember […]