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Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal with Tories, Leaves Door Open for Labour

Daisy Cooper, deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats, has categorically dismissed any possibility of her party forming a coalition with the Conservatives but has left open the potential for an alliance with Labour. Cooper emphasised the Liberal Democrats’ commitment to challenging the Conservatives, particularly in the 80 constituencies where her party is seen as the primary opposition.

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

“We have ruled out doing any deal whatsoever with this Conservative government because it is quite clear there are lifelong Conservative voters who can no longer stomach voting for this party,” Cooper stated. “They simply don’t recognise it anymore.”

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

Cooper highlighted the current discontent among the electorate, asserting that many people feel they are getting a “raw deal” from the government. She pledged that the Liberal Democrats are promising a “fair deal” for the country, aiming to address the pressing issues facing the nation.

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

“Our party members are out across the country today, particularly in those 80 seats where the Liberal Democrats are the key challengers to the Conservatives,” Cooper said. “We are best placed to deliver the change the country so desperately needs.”

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

When pressed on the possibility of forming a coalition with Labour, Cooper remained non-committal but did not rule out the option. This strategic ambiguity suggests that the Liberal Democrats are keeping their options open as the political landscape continues to evolve.

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

The Liberal Democrats’ stance comes at a critical juncture as the UK faces significant economic and social challenges. With the next general election on July 4, the party’s clear refusal to align with the Conservatives could resonate with disaffected Tory voters and those seeking an alternative to the current government.

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

As the campaign intensifies, all eyes will be on how the Liberal Democrats navigate their position and whether potential alliances will shape the future political framework of the UK.

Daisy Cooper Rules Out Deal With Tories, Leaves Door Open For Labour

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