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LibDems could change their name to attract 18 MPs from other parties, says Sir Vince Cable
It’s easy to know where the Liberal Democrats stand on Brexit: they didn’t want it to happen and now they’re backing a second referendum. But why have they failed to galvanise support - and would leader, Sir Vince Cable consider founding a whole new movement to push the cause? He joins Chopper to discuss.
Also on the podcast: Treasury minister, John Glen MP on the Government’s no-deal planning; General Secretary of train drivers’ union, Aslef, Mick Whelan on why the TUC is wrong to want a second Brexit vote and The Telegraph’s Senior Political Correspondent, Kate McCann unpicks the week that was in Westminster.
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