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If Social Democrats agree to coalition, detailed talks would start; a ‘no’ decision would almost certainly lead to snap elections Jan.18, 2018 11:39 a.

Parties agree to move forward to formal coalition negotiations, though efforts could still falter Jan.12, 2018 4:55 a.

German chancellor is likely to seek a three-way coalition that has never been tested at the federal level Updated Sept.25, 2017 1:22 p.

And he has awesome craft and technical ability,' says Rings director, New Zealander Peter Jackson.And though Wood says the gathering was amicable, he sensed an underlying tension between the two parties.

The only thing worrying me is that I suggested putting together a wedding band.I don't want to disappoint them - they instantly thought it was a great idea.

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Re-forming a band is one of the most stupid things a musician can do.That's why, when My Bloody Valentine asked me to re-form my first band, the Membranes, for All Tomorrow's Parties in December, I accepted.

Courtney Love has shot down the possibility of a reunion by the classic lineup of Hole, saying she is only interested in "moving forward".While Hole's lineup was never stable, Auf der Maur and Schemel were arguably the most important members outside of co-founders Love and Erlandson.

I wonder if we'll be so generous if new rumours that Jackson is planning to change the end of The Hobbit turn out to have any basis in fact.It's something [Peter Jackson]'s taken from Lord of the Rings that he wants to put in there.

Ever since the Smiths split, Marr has been reluctant to talk about the band and his relationship with Morrissey.The four became good friends, but Marr says it was always clear that he and Morrissey were the leaders.

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Terra Nova guest author Jen Dorman argues in a well-thought out post that interaction in Massively Multiplayer Online Games cannot replace the unique group experience that arises from physically, proximate shared ritual.First, this standpoint suggests that community, bound by shared experience or ritual or whatever you want to call it, can only be situated in a physical space.

The research on Twitter word usage throws up a pattern of behaviour that seems to contradict the commonly held belief that users simply want to share everything with everyone.The largest group found in the analysis was made up of African Americans using the words 'Nigga', 'poppin' and 'chillin'.

The biggest of these is who is going to lead the new union.In theory any member, and any employee, of the new union can stand against them, and someone probably will.

High-resolution images captured by the team show how connections between neighbouring brain cells changed when a memory was laid down.The feat marks the end of a century-long search by scientists to see the "face" of a new memory, a hunt which began when the psychology historian Theodore Ribot first postulated the cellular basis of memories in his late 19th century book Diseases of Memory.

In an acknowledgement of the weak position he now faces, Brown said he would be "willing to see any of the party leaders".Cameron must now chose whether to attempt a minority government or some form of coalition with the Liberal Democrats.

A leading Tory rightwing backbencher today warned colleagues against forming a "Brokeback club" sceptical of the coalition government.John Redwood's comments came after rumours that the club was being set up in the wake of alleged comments from former Conservative shadow home secretary David Davis.

Newly-elected members of the Welsh assembly have been arriving at Cardiff Bay with the future shape of the government still unclear.The Welsh leader, Carwyn Jones, will be confirmed as first minister later this week after his party took 30 of the 60 seats.

The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats have already discussed forming a second coalition after the next general election, a new book has claimed.Matthew d'Ancona also claims in In It Together that Nick Clegg, the deputy prime minister, has said that he could not form a coalition with, Ed Miliband, the leader of the Labour party.