Is the coalition working?
Undercover reporters for the Daily Telegraph have revealed further tensions between Liberal Democrat members of the coalition and their Conservative colleagues in government. Is the coalition still viable?
In the latest transcipts by the Daily Telegraph, Transport Minister Norman Baker and Deputy Leader of the House and David Heath say they voted in favour of tuition fees even though they opposed the policy and Mr Heath also suggested Chancellor George Osborne was out of touch with ordinary people.
Earlier this week, the prime minister David Cameron was forced to hit back at claims by Labour leader Ed Miliband that secretly taped comments by Vince Cable showed the coalition government was a "sham".
How do you think the coalition is working? Are journalists justified in using undercover methods to get a story? Have the recent revelations done the coalition harm?
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