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The leader of the Liberal Democrats says the whole exit process could unravel
This month the Liberal Democrats turned 30. It was March 1988 that the Liberal Party joined with the Social Democratic Party to form one force in the centreground of British politics.
Three decades on all is not well. The party is in the wilderness. It has just 12 MPs and is languishing at 7 per cent in the polls.
This in mind, I sat down with party leader Vince Cable in Portcullis House to ask what comes next.…
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