29 October 2013
Dr Ben Yong, Lecturer in Public Law at Queen Mary, and five other experts gave their views on the future of the coalition government in an opinion piece on 'BBC News'.
Dr Yong believes the arrangement will survive, at least until the 2015 election, and explains that the Conservatives have only benefited from their partnership with the Lib Dems; the Lib Dems less so. He predicts that in the future there will be an increased likelihood of hung parliaments, but not necessarily more coalition governments.
Read the full article on BBC Viewpoints: Is coalition politics here to stay?