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DOUBLE REJECTION OF LIB-LAB AGREEMENTS

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Labour supporters in Surrey have overwhelmingly voted against a pact with the Liberal Democrats ahead of the 1996 c...
Labour supporters in Surrey have overwhelmingly voted against a pact with the Liberal Democrats ahead of the 1996 county election, the Guardian reports (p4). The Tories lost control of Surrey last May for the first time in 100 years.

Liberal Democrats Leader Paddy Ashdown said he too opposed a formal pact with Labour, although local activists could reach agreements in some areas.
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