UK coalition advice from Germany, Ireland and Sweden

The UK has been governed by a coalition since 2010, and at the 2015 general election voters could back either one party - or a new alliance.

Adam Fleming looked at lessons on breaking up and making up from European countries where coalitions have been the norm for years, and what advice they can offer to Britain.

He spoke to Die Welt correspondent Stefanie Bolzen, Irish minster Noel Dempsey and Swedish Centre Party State Secretary Magnus Waller.

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