LDVideo: Vince Cable’s best bits from Ask The Chancellors

Welcome to this latest LDVideo instalment, highlighting video clips from last night’s Ask The Chancellors debate on Channel 4.

Vince not only speaks the most sense but provokes the best reaction from the audience, getting more rounds of applause and even warm laughter.

On bank bonuses:


available on YouTube here.

I warned of the recession:

Available on YouTube here.

George Osborne’s savings are “fictional”:

Available on YouTube here.

Inheritance tax: what should be done?

Available on YouTube here.

“Pinstripe Scargills”

Available on YouTube here.

If you’d like to watch the whole show, it’s available online for the next 29 days over at 4oD.

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  • By Tories cry “foul” at Lib Dems’ fair hearing on Wed 31st March 2010 at 5:22 pm.

    […] happens when a Liberal Democrat does get an equal chance? Vince connected well with the audience as these clips show, as well as getting very favourable coverage in the media […]

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