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The weekend election in Hamburg ran largely to script (see our report Thuringian tremors 7th February 2020). The SPD-Green coalition, which has governed the region since 2015, secured 64% of the vote up from 58% last time around (Figure 1). They will almost certainly continue their arrangement. The real story lies in the detail. Germany’s…

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