Vince Cable

Gavin Williamson's A-levels flip-flop is the latest in a line of government climbdowns. Former cabinet members who've been there offer some advice.
Paralysed by toxic debate, the government has failed the nation on social care. It will take all of Westminster to find a solution, writes Lib Dem MP Vince Cable
Leader Jo Swinson will introduce a “mystery man” to the conference hall this evening.
The Liberal Democrats have named their next leader. Jo Swinson will take the top job after Sir Vince Cable stepped down. Previously deputy leader of the party, Swinson is MP for East Dunbartonshire and a former business minister under the coalition government.
MP for East Dunbartonshire becomes party's first female leader and declares herself a candidate for prime minister.
It's the leadership race nobody is talking about – but you should be.
"MI6 tired to recruit me to be a spy overseas... but I never became 00-Davey."
"This was careless use of language, meant in electoral sense and in no way literally."
MP for East Dunbartonshire and deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson has announced she’s running for the party leadership position. Current leader Vince Cable is stepping down on 23 June, as the party enjoys a surge in popularity after taking the second most seats in the European Elections. A recent YouGov poll had them as the most popular party in the country, as the Conservative and Labour parties find themselves bogged down in Brexit, anti-Semitism investigations and an upcoming Tory leadership race.
She made headlines as the first MP to bring her baby to a House of Commons debate.