WATCH IN FULL – Jo Swinson’s speech to conference today

Here is the ITV version of Jo’s speech:

You can also watch the Guardian version as follows, with cutaway shots, by sliding the bottom time slider to 33’31”:

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  • Yeovil Yokel 17th Sep '19 - 9:10pm

    The Guardian News version on You Tube is better because it includes cutaways to see the audience’s reactions.

  • Yeovil Yokel 18th Sep '19 - 9:40am

    I appreciate the explanation, Paul, and I know that you’re doing your best.

    In the version which I watched yesterday evening what was particularly noticeable for me was the reaction to Jo’s speech of the new LD MP’s sitting on the front row: despite the risk they must face of losing their seats in the forthcoming GE Chuka, Angela, Sam, Luciana, and Sarah all looked relaxed & happy to be there, and even Philip Lee managed a grin or two.

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