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UNITED KINGDOM-Shifty Shadow behind Sunny Jim

UNITED KINGDOM Shifty Shadow behind Sunny Jim Farrukh Dhondy IN political maths, two and two can often make less than one and a half. When two parties in the British parliament make a rough pact, a sort of informal coalition, their additive legislative strength is off-set by a loss of faith and support, not only in the country, but in the House itself. The Labour-Liberal pact, formed under duress in March, begins to look, a month, a by-election and a budget later,, like a suicide deal for both Prime Minister Callaghan and the Liberal leader David Steel.

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