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Vince Cable: gloomy, but right

Vince Cable argues that Britain's reliance on finance leaves it vulnerable, says Chris Huhne

By Chris Huhne   October 2015

Former Liberal Democrat Cabinet members outside 10 Downing Street in March. (L-R) David Laws, Danny Alexander, Jo Swinson, Nick Clegg, Ed Davey, Don Foster, Alaistair Carmichael, Simon Wright, and Vince Cable. © REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett - RTR4UM19

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