yes very possibly.. it may also send some running to the left depending on were they are so may be some defections but as i say i cant see if causing huge issues to the coalition.
In any case, this is all petty red v blues stuff. In the real world, the blues just abandoned a healthcare policy that was much admired and widely refered to around the world in favour of one which will massively increase the amount of money spent on pointless medical marketing and litigation against local doctors. Good work all round.
They are fighting for their policies to be heard and to be accepted.. it has to be remembered it is not a 50-50 love in.. theyhave a very very small minority in the coalition.. to the point where some policies the tories may well not need the LibDem support to get hrough and they will try that.. that in a way is the perogative to do so as the major party.. The Lib Dems IMHO have had an influence on the policies that have come out and i think they have helped the tories to be less, well, tory but thats an opinion and we all have them and they will conflict..
not sure about the healthcare change myself it doesnt seem an intelligent move to me but listening to the radio and interviews with doctors and things there are a fair few who seem to think this may not be a bad thing. I dont know myself, not in the profession.