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Episode 091

The Liberal Democrat wipeout at the general election was no fault of Sputnik's guest this week. So far as one can tell, through the mists of collective cabinet responsibility, Sir Vince Cable remained true to his principles throughout the coalition government, principles of social democracy which were in short supply in a cabinet of exceedingly rich men led by David Cameron and Gideon Osborne.

Now that the coalition and his seat in parliament are gone, let’s see if any of the mist has cleared and talk to the man that some say was the best Chancellor of the Exchequer Britain never had.

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