Vince Cable eyes local election gains ahead of final conference as Liberal Democrat leader

  Yorkshire Post 

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Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said the party will build on what it’s achieved on Brexit and hopes to make big gains at May’s local elections, as he enters his final conference as leader.
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