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11 January 2010 By Neil Collins

Britain’s minority Lib Dem party is downgrading some expensive spending pledges to aspirations, shrinking the policy gap with the Conservatives. If this year’s general election is inconclusive, the Lib Dems’ price for joining a Labour coalition would be deeper spending cuts.

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