British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron has announced he will continue promoting constituency boundary change even though its coalition partner, the Liberal Democrats, withdrew their support for the motion . . . Liberals backed away from the measure as retaliation for Conservative failure to endorse their reform of the House of Lords . . . the boundary change will take place in September 2013 after final review by the Boundary Commission . . . the central tenet of the reform is to equalize the sizes of different constituencies in terms of population . . . the Conservative Party is projected to benefit heavily from this change at the expense Liberal Democrats and the Labor Party, currently in opposition . . . the boundary change initiative is doomed to fail as Mr. Cameron does not command enough votes in parliament to push it through, and all parties but the Conservatives will oppose it . . . the fall-out over Constitution reform has exposed the animosity within the Coalition that has been draining energy from it over the past months . . . the Government is now likely to focus on less contentious issues such as the flagging economy, but seems unlikely to regain its previous momentum.