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The age of democratic deadlock

6 mins | Nov 7, 2019
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Around the world, radicalisation is making coalition and consensus much harder. Elections used to create political certainty, but in 2019 inconclusive elections have led countries like Spain and Israel into democratic deadlock. Writing in the Financial Times Gideon Rachman examines the phenomenon, explaining why the UK's plan for a December 2019 election should be approached with caution.
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