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Sagar Chaudhury is a writer and journalist in London. In an interview with VOA Bangla Service he analyzes the composition of the new coalition government in Britain and its impact on Britain's politics and government.
He feels that Liberal Democratic Party, by joining with the Conservatives has not gained substantially from the ideological point of view and the Conservatives have not made significant concessions to the Liberal Democrats.
Sagar Chaudhury says that it is too early to forecast on the stability of this coalition government in Britain and it can only be judged by the efforts they put on fulfilling their pledges. He adds that if the election is held in a normal process in 2015, the Liberal Democrats are likely to get even fewer seats than what they have got now. It is because their supporters have already criticized the Liberal Democrats for joining the Conservatives in government and have termed it as a clear betrayal.
He of course says that the traditional line between the leftists and the rightists are really getting blurred but if Liberal Democrats are marginalized in the next election, once again Britain will go back to the Two-Party System.