Minority governments succeed when they build alliances with a wider set of social and civic forces, and open up the potential for a reconfiguration of politics. They fail when they remain focussed solely on parliamentary survival, staggering from vote to vote until eventually they pass the initiative to the opposing block of interests.

In every crisis, an opportunity: How minority government could pave the way to a realignment of British party politics

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