Saturday, 8 May 2010

Cameron and Clegg hold discussions

Tory leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg have held face-to-face talks as they continued their attempts to thrash out a power-sharing deal.

A senior Conservative Party spokeswoman said the talks were "constructive and amicable".

The meeting took place at Admiralty House in Whitehall and lasted for 70 minutes. Further negotiations between the two parties are planned on Sunday.

The spokeswoman said: "David Cameron and Nick Clegg met alone this evening at Admiralty House. The meeting lasted 70 minutes and was constructive and amicable.

"The negotiating teams will meet as planned tomorrow at 11am to continue discussions."



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