How old is Vince Cable, when did he become leader of the Lib Dems and who is his wife Rachel Smith?

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VINCE Cable is the Cambridge-educated MP who became leader of the Liberal Democrats in July last year. Here’s all you need to know about the long-serving politician who is set to step down in May. How old is Vince Cable and who is his wife Rachel Smith? Vince Cable, 74, has been married to Rachel Wenham-Smith […]
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