The day the Coalition broke. Literally.

by Stephen Tall on January 26, 2012

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Some might call it mere coincidence, but I ask you… On the very day Nick Clegg announces his desire for the government to push harder and faster with tax cuts for the low-paid, I come home to discover my commemorative Coalition mug smashed to pieces.

It could have been one of our cats.

But to me it seems at least as likely to have been a Tory right-winger shaking hard with disbelief that tax-cuts could apply to anyone other than the wealthiest in society.

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