What did the coalition government do?

What did the coalition government do?

A coalition government is a form of government in which political parties cooperate to form a government. The usual reason for such an arrangement is that no single party has achieved an absolute majority after an election.

What was David Cameron’s ideology?

Cameron describes himself as a “modern compassionate conservative” and has said that he is “fed up with the Punch and Judy politics of Westminster”.

When was the Tory Lib Dem coalition?

The Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition agreement (officially known as The Coalition: Our Programme for Government) was a policy document drawn up following the 2010 general election in the United Kingdom.

What is the coalition government class 10?

A coalition government is an alliance of various political parties, which come together and tends to reduce the supremacy of the party that has won the majority of seats in the election.

Who was the coalition government in 2013?

The coalition was led by Cameron as Prime Minister with Clegg as Deputy Prime Minister and composed of members of both Cameron’s centre-right Conservative Party and Clegg’s centrist Liberal Democrats.

What party is Nick Clegg?

Liberal DemocratsNick Clegg / Party

What was David Cameron’s Big Society?

The stated aim was to create a climate that empowered local people and communities, building a “big society” that would take power away from politicians and give it to people. In UK politics the Big Society concept applied to domestic policy in England only.

What is a one-nation conservative government?

It advocates the preservation of established institutions and traditional principles within a political democracy, in combination with social and economic programmes designed to benefit the ordinary person.

When was the last coalition government in the UK?

Cameron–Clegg coalition
Date formed 11 May 2010
Date dissolved 8 May 2015
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