WATCH: Vince’s Q & A session

Imagine Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn taking questions from members that hadn’t been scripted in advance. That’s what our Vince Cable did yesterday in the traditional leader’s Q & A session.

Watch it here – and you will have to get to the end to find the bit that made his team look very anxious indeed when he answered how he likes to relax.

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3 Comments

  • Yeovil Yokel 18th Sep '17 - 11:39am

    Audio missing for the first 1min 20 secs so be patient and don’t blame your computer.

  • Venetia Caine 18th Sep '17 - 4:31pm

    Audio missing all the time!

  • nigel hunter 18th Sep '17 - 11:08pm

    I hope you noticed that the loud speaker on the bottom right of the screen will have an ‘x’next to it. Click on it to remove the mute and sound is then on.

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