What's your reaction to the coalition policy deal?
The full deal between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats has been published, offering in the words of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg: "Changes that will make your life better." What do you think?
Prime Minister David Cameron said policies had been ditched by both sides - but that the resulting deal was "greater than the sum of both manifestos" and had the potential to provide "a great reforming government." The agreement includes freezing council tax in England for a year, a new "Freedom Bill," a banking levy, "free schools" with greater independence over the curriculum and more choice for patients over which GP they see.
What do you think of the coalition's policies? Does it have the potential to "make your life better?" Or have too many compromises been made?
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