Coalition, Channel 4, TV review: An absorbing dress rehearsal for the back room deals ahead

While the political anoraks will be checking it for historical accuracy, anyone else settling down to watch Coalition, Channel 4’s dramatisation of the frantic days after the 2010 election, will want to know if it is watchable. It is. It is a very well-spun yarn, told at a rapid pace, with no pointless monologues or didactic pointers that direct you to the author’s message.

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