It’s time to talk about power: the future of the Liberal Democrats

Vince Cable is leaving the Liberal Democrats in a pretty good place. We’ve just come second in a national election for the first time, made our largest ever gain of seats at local elections and party membership is over 100,000 and still rising. It’s rare for a political leader to get to leave at a time of their own choosing and with the party in a good position, but Vince has…

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