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'Hung parliament' negotiations continue

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After talks between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats failed to reach agreement, Labour has now begun formal talks with the Liberal Democrats about the possibility of forming a government.

The negotiations began after Prime Minister Gordon Brown agreed to stand down, paving the way for discussion between the parties.

Emily Maitlis takes a look at how events have unfolded, in an extraordinary few days of political negotiations, following the 2010 general election.

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