Barclays analysts have laid out how they expect different potential governments and coalitions to behave after the UK election on May 7.
They have broken it down by the chances of government instability, regulation, austerity, ring-fencing spending on public services and more regional devolution.
Take a look:
As well as the likelihoods under each government, Barclays also note that there might not be a functioning government at all by the time Parliament opens — in which case, there could be snap elections, and the only thing that would be certain is more instability.
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