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  1. Thursday, 6th May 2010, Britain voted
  2. David Cameron he's having a telephone conversation when Nick Clegg knocked on the door

Thursday, 6th May 2010, Britain voted. David Cameron, leader of the conservative party, is now the prime minister of United Kingdom. After the results of the elections and the breakthrough of Liberal Democrats party, David Cameron has called Nick Clegg, the leader of this party, in 10 Downing Street aiming to negociate and make compromises in order to create a strong government (The Big Society) and lead a policy based on the three principles of freedom, justice and accountability according to the two political parties Liberal Democrats, and Conservative party. After lengthy negotiations, a new government emerged. Britain is now governed by a coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.

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