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The Lib Dems should not move left

Targeting disillusioned Corbynistas is no way back to relevance

By Vince Cable  

Leadership hopeful Layla Moran. Photo: Aaron Chown/PA Wire/PA Images

Sadly, not too many people know that the Lib Dems are in the process of choosing a new leader. The contest is between Ed Davey and Layla Moran. Although it is easy to dismiss us Lib Dems as unimportant, our localised strength and overall level of support (fluctuating between the current 8-10 per cent and the 20 per cent or so of a year ago) are sufficient to make a big difference in future elections. So it matters how…

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