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Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain's Labor Party resigned his position as the two opposition parties reached an agreement to form a government, following last week's inconclusive national election.
Britain's conservative party won more seats than the ruling Labor party in this week's elections, but it lacks a clear majority to establish the government. Simon Marks reports on the country's first hung parliament in 36 years, as three political…
Conservative Party leader David Cameron is looking to build a governing coalition with a third political party, after failing to gain a majority of seats in the British election. Margaret Warner gets three perspectives on the negotiations that lie ahead…
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