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Why can't UK politicians work together?

It is becoming more and more apparent that the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition government is very much at odds with the Labour Party on a number of issues, with public-sector spending cuts at the head of the queue. When you also take into account the ongoing discussions regarding strike activity in the short to medium term there is even more daylight between the various political parties. It also seems that infighting amongst leading political figures could well jeopardise the UK economic upturn even more, as and when this may come. So why can't UK politicians work together for the good of the country?

In order to answer this question we need to look at the fundamental basis for the Labour Party, the Conservative party and the Liberal Democrat party all of which come from very different backgrounds with very different ideals. If all parties were willing to sit down around the table and discuss the matter, surely there must be some middle ground they can find which would see the UK economy receive the support it so desperately requires in the short to medium term?

However, many politicians in the UK seem determined to make a very difficult situation even worse and do not seem willing to give much leeway in the short to medium term. Against this background David Cameron and his coalition government partners will have a very difficult and very testing time ahead of them.

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