David Cameron visits a building site in Victoria, where he met a number of apprentices on October 18, 2012 in London, England. (Jeremy Selwyn/WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Fraser Nelson explains the current state of Britain's Conservative-Liberal coalition in The Spectator, quoting a newly promoted cabinet minister: "The glue that binds both of us together is fear of the electorate."
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