SPD leader Martin Schulz under pressure from members who worry that another deal with Angela Merkel could backfire

Talks on forming another “grand coalition” government in Germany are unlikely to fully start until next year as the Social Democratic party (SPD) continues to weigh up the risks of working again with Angela Merkel.

Merkel’s chances of a fourth term as chancellor were thrown into doubt this month when talks about a three-way “Jamaica coalition” between her Christian Democratic Union (CDU), the Free Democrats and the Greens collapsed.

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