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"It is time Parliament acted to empower individuals, ensuring that nobody with a rational desire to end their suffering is forced to suffer" says Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable is launching a cross-party 'Good Systems Agreement' which plans to hold a short, focused, citizens’ assembly, where a large group of ordinary citizens can subject the arguments for different electoral systems to scrutiny.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable writes: "I now believe the chances of stopping Brexit are stronger than ever. The polls have moved in direction of Remain, and decisively in the direction of the Liberal Democrats for today’s elections".
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable sets out his party's stall ahead of local election on 2nd May, which will be a crucial test of public opinion. He writes: "My hope is that this year will see greater participation and more fluid voting patterns".
For every family who does not get the support they need, there is an unacceptable impact for parents and children alike, says Sir Vince Cable MP.
With 50 days until the UK’s planned EU exit date, Liberal Democrat Leader Sir Vince Cable writes: “We stand ready to lead any realignment, which could deliver liberal values – market economics with an active state, a strong belief in local democracy, and a firm commitment to make Britain the world’s most educated nation”.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable argues in the wake of the Windrush scandal that the electorate is more colour-blind than Westminster gives it credit for.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable sets out why local elections next week offer an opportunity to send a message to Theresa May on Brexit; why his party has already contacted 300,000 UK based EU Citizens and helped more than 6,000 people register to vote.
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable writes for PoliticsHome ahead of this week’s Lords Second Reading of the EU Withdrawal Bill, saying a defeat for the Conservatives in the Lords will prove that an exit from Brexit is still possible.
As the Liberal Democrats congregate for their annual conference, Vince Cable says his party offers a real hope for Britain.