Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May

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Sir Vince Cable has announced he will step down as Liberal Democrat leader after May’s English local elections.

Sir Vince said he wanted he wanted to pave the way for the “next generation”.

He became party leader without a contest after Tim Farron’s resignation in 2017 – but the party has struggled to make an impact in the polls since.

Sir Vince said in September he would stand down as party leader “once Brexit is resolved or stopped”.

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