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Many British Conservative voters favour eurosceptic coalition

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at the Commonwealth Games Business Conference at Glasgow University in Glasgow before attending the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony, on July 23, 2014Almost a third of Britain’s Conservative voters favour a coalition with the eurosceptic UK Independence party if their party fails to win the 2015 election outright, a survey showed on Friday. Pollsters TNS UK found that 30 percent of Conservative Party voters would support their party going into coalition with UKIP, which topped polls in the European Parliament elections in May, were Prime Minister David Cameron not to win an outright majority. This compared to 31 percent who would back a repeat of the current coalition with the Liberal Democrat party, formed after the 2010 general election resulted in Britain’s first hung parliament in decades, according to the poll of 1,191 adults.

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