David Cameron: 'No more coalitions after next election'

David Cameron will rule out forming a second coalition government even if he fails to secure a Commons majority in the general election next May, the Daily Telegraph report.

David Cameron will reportedly make a commitment not to form a second coalition government. Credit: PA Wire

Mr Cameron reportedly wants to make a commitment in the Conservative Party manifesto not to sign another coalition agreement in the event of a hung parliament.

A source told the newspaper that the Prime Minister is very clear that he does not want another coalition and believes a commitment in the manifesto would send a clear message to voters.

The Conservatives were forced to form a coalition with the Liberal Democrats in 2010 after failing to win enough seats.

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