What do you think of the coalition government's first 100 days?
Britain's first coalition government since 1945 is marking its first 100 days in office. How would you rate its performance so far?
In May Prime Minister David Cameron said his "historic" Conservative-led coalition government would be united and provide "strong and stable" leadership.
His deputy, Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, acknowledged there were "big risks" but pledged a "bold, reforming government". Together they set their agenda to cut the UK deficit, support troops, clean up politics and build a "stronger society".
What do you think of their achievements so far? Are you happy with the policies which have been introduced? Did you vote for either party? What is your reaction to the way both parties have adapted to being part of a coalition?
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