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Most recent annotations on things by Vincent Cable

  • Les Reed: Perhaps, Vince, you should! (6 February 2014)
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  • Wendy Priestley: It is to be hoped that Mr Cable's efforts in this respect will be more competent and successful than his part in the Royal Mail sell-off which has thrown away a national asset at far below its... (7 December 2013)
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  • Neale Upstone: It's worth noting that the LibDem tax policy paper passed at their recent conference included measures to make it much easier for small businesses when dealing with HMRC. "Unified accounts for... (25 October 2013)
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  • Diane : Ha ha! Our local Post Office closed four years ago. We now have to use the Settle office, if we can get a bus - that's going, too. (11 July 2013)
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  • Dave Taylor: With the current Prime minister already a multi Millionaire I find these statements, hypocritical. When will we get a government that really cares about the voters? (24 January 2012)
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  • north west londoner : Will £9k be the exception or the rule ? See the Indy article (30 January 2011)
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  • north west londoner : http://www.independent.co.uk/news/educat ion/education-news/more-than-a-third-of- english-universities-ready-to-charge-max imum-fees-2198458.html (30 January 2011)
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  • alan winter: Answer the question, Vince. (10 December 2010)
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  • Hareen Potu: Whilst Vince Cable has´nt put limits on the amount of people in University education, many universities are now reducing the amount of applicants they accept (10 December 2010)
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  • Richard Taylor: At the time of making this annotation the speech above includes the statement: ".. For that reason, the Post Office is for sale." This is a mistake in the original Hansard text What Mr... (31 October 2010)
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  • Dennis Ambler: We do not need a low carbon economy, we cannot afford to subsidise any more smoke and mirrors alternative energy. There is no green deal, only higher costs for consumers and subsidised profits... (15 October 2010)
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  • JOHN SNOW: Isn't it ironoic that the man who robbed our "ENGLISH" children of their birthright education goes home to a country where his own children will not suffer in that way. Why do the people of... (13 October 2010)
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  • Lee Maguire: An allusion to Churchill's speech of 4 June 1940. (24 June 2009)
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  • douglas sloan: All the more reason why this Governments intransigence on agreeing the paying of full compensation is reprehensible. (21 May 2009)
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  • Garry Lelliott: Once again, Vince Cable demonstrates why he should be the leader of the Liberals, rather than the Blair lite Nick Clegg. (14 January 2009)
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  • Alix Cull: What arrangements are to be made for young disabled people who are not able to work? They are often now cared for by their parents,who suffer considerable anxiety about their child's future even... (12 May 2008)
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  • Bruce Shaxson: Vincent Cable makes no bones about the Lib.Dems. determination to keep us all in the EU, this in spite of over 80% of British voters declaring their desire to remain outside the financially... (16 January 2008)
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  • Nick Heap: It is very inspiring to hear about things that work well. (This is the core idea of Appreciative Inquiry http://ai.cwru.edu) They are so simple too a nice environment and an oasis of peace!... (16 January 2008)
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  • David Hinder: This very frivolous question is extremely unfair - on Mr. Bean (30 November 2007)
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  • Frederick Clark: There is no nuclear lobby (in Britain, at least). If there was, nuclear reactors wouldn't account for just 20% of electricity produced in Britain. The current POTUS is environmentally friendly -... (28 November 2007)
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  • Mark Anderson: Mr Cable, John RedwoOd asked you a question. Here it is again: John Redwood (Wokingham, Conservative) A large number of people in England think that the big constitutional anomaly is the poor... (15 November 2007)
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  • Mark Anderson: Vincent Cable (Twickenham, Liberal Democrat) "I thought that the Conservatives put forward their views in very polite language, but I am afraid that, deep down, the prejudices are all too... (15 November 2007)
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  • Pauline Campbell: Vincent Cable, Lib Dem MP, raises important points regarding prisons, referring to Labour's [failed] policy of trying to prove how tough they are on crime by packing prisons with petty criminals,... (7 November 2007)
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  • Roger Osborn: I don't agree with Mr Cable about the benefits of Europe, but reckon he's absolutely right about Peter Mandelson. It is ludicrous to complain about the ascendancy of China while at the same... (25 October 2007)
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  • molijana : It is so sad that the NHS is blinded to the fact that many people self medicate with alcohol and or drugs. They are then penalised by the very system that should be helping them. Surely... (18 April 2007)
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