Would you be happy with a hung parliament?
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has indicated he might find it difficult to do a deal with Gordon Brown in the event of a hung parliament. What would a hung parliament mean for the country?
In a Daily Telegraph interview, he says Mr Brown is "a desperate politician". It comes as Mr Brown says that he wants a "new politics", with the two parties creating an informal alliance to keep the Conservatives out of power.
David Cameron warned any result short of a Tory victory "could reinforce the failure of the last 13 years".
Would it be good to see parties working together? Or would it mean politicians "haggling, not deciding", as David Cameron suggests? Would a hung parliament be good or bad for Britain?
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