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(From Western Daily Press)
The marriage of political convenience between David Cameron and Nick Clegg has been going through a rough patch lately, although they seem determined to put a brave face on it.
Asked how they were getting on, the Deputy Prime Minister smiled at the questioner yesterday: "Fine, thank you very much. We spoke about it this morning."
But the problem isn't with them, the parents. It's with the kids. Rebellious Conservative MPs will not be won over to support House of Lords reform, however much the Prime Minister pleads with them to just behave.
The package is at the heart of the coalition agreement, a keystone issue for …