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MAYOR of London Boris Johnson warned that a hung Parliament would result in "endless dickering around" from a "spatchcock coalition".
And a new phrase had entered the political language to describe the locale of the secret, behind-the-scenes dickering by the party leaders who chose Harding: the "smoke-filled room.
Bohlinger was hired recently as executive director of Tri-Rail, the South Florida equivalent of the Southern California Regional Rail Authority, which runs Metrolink, after weeks of dickering over her pay package.