LibDem leader Jo Swinson reported to be in discussions with Boris Johnson. Would she agree coalition or pact to keep Tories in power?
LibDem leader Jo Swinson is reported to have held a ‘series’ of phone calls with Tory PM Boris Johnson this month, raising fears that the LibDems are so desperate to avoid a Corbyn government that they might again prop up the Tories and prolong the austerity-inflicted misery of millions in this country.
In spite of Johnson’s clear push toward a no-deal Brexit, the LibDems’ collapse in 2015 because of their participation in coalition with David Cameron’s conservatives and the United Nations’ condemnation of Tory-inflicted poverty and suffering, do you think Swinson would take them into another ‘ConDem’ pact?
The poll will close at 4pm on 28 August and results will be published shortly afterward. Please vote and share.
Answer order has been randomised.
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