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Cable sets out Lib Dem hopes to benefit from Tory and Labour splits

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Cable sets out Lib Dem hopes to benefit from Tory and Labour splits

Cable sets out Lib Dem hopes to benefit from Tory and Labour splits

Outgoing Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable says the realignment of British politics should be welcomed, with the formation of The Independent Group of breakaway MPs

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