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By C. Cook

Chris cook dinner lifts the lid at the 'third Party;' charting their interesting trip during the last century, from the landslide victory of 1906 lower than Asquith, through their descent into divisions and decline within the interwar years, to in-depth research of the 2010 British Election and their go back to govt within the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition.

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