Vince Cable has made some ambiguous comments in the chamber this morning about an EU referendum. At the last business questions of this Parliament, the shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna… Continue reading The post Vince Cable shows how the Lib Dems plan to squeeze the Tories on Europe appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Cracks within the Liberal Democrats began to surface this week after Vince Cable publicly denounced Tim Farron as a future party leader. Now things have got even stranger. An excruciating mash-up video… Continue reading The post Are the Lib Dems now trolling their own leader? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Another day, another senior Liberal Democrat takes a pop at Tim Farron. After Farron publicly marked the party’s leadership ‘two out of ten’ for its handling of the coalition, the knives have… Continue reading The post Vince Cable’s attack on Tim Farron is a sign of the Lib Dem bloodshed to come appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
This morning Danny Alexander is scheduled to reveal the Liberal Democrats’ proposed alternative budget. Alas, Vince Cable appears to have missed the memo. Speaking about the budget on LBC yesterday, Cable claimed he would… Continue reading The post Did Vince Cable think he was presenting the Lib Dems’ budget? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Later today, Vince Cable will launch his traditional conference attack on the Tories. He’ll denounce them for their positions on Europe and immigration. But his pre-conference interview in The Guardian… Continue reading The post A Vince intervention that will please the Tories appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Vince Cable brings the house down with his joke about Gordon Brown and Mr Bean.
New 10-part series from Breaking Bad creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould will air on video-on-demand service on 9 February, day after its airs on US cable channel AMC Breaking Bad fans in need of a fix can get their long-awaited re-up in the UK on 9 February, when the first episode of prequel...
It’s no big secret that the country you currently reside in is the determining factor in which Netflix catalogue you can actually watch, and if you go abroad you gain access to a completely different selection of programming. Vince Cable doesn’t like that. Show More Summary
After Vince Cable was ditched last week as the Liberal Democrat’s main economic spokesman, Mr S is pleased to hear that he still has some titles left to his name.… Continue reading The post That’s Dr Vince Cable to you… appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Vince Cable will tomorrow lose his job as Liberal Democrat economy spokesman for the election, Coffee House understands. The party is set to announce its team of leading spokespeople for… Continue reading The post Exclusive: Vince Cable will lose his economy job with the Lib Dems tomorrow appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Internet video streaming is the new age of watching media. Netflix began the extravaganza that destroyed Blockbuster, as well as many other video stores around the United States. Some even believe that cable television is losing to Netflix and in the next 15 years, cable could become extinct. Show More Summary
As the General Election limbers up, today saw the first day of proper campaigning with the Tories unveiling their first election poster and George Osborne hitting the road. The Chancellor… Continue reading The post Osborne targets Vince Cable in opening election salvo appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
CABLE SLAMS OSBORNE TAX ‘FANTASY’ George Osborne’s plan for £7bn of tax cuts is a “total fantasy” warns Vince Cable. The business secretary told The Observer treasury officials believe the chancellor’s pledges are not affordable. “When...Show More Summary
Alt Text: The Mole Far from quitting as some had predicted, Clegg even takes a swipe at Vince ‘Enemy of the Tories’ Cable Column The Mole Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 4:04pm Nick Clegg ended the party conference season by giving the clearest signal so far that he is ready to do a deal with David Cameron for another five-year term of office. Show More Summary
Opposing wind farms is "irrational", claimed Liberal Democrat MP Vince Cable at his party conference yesterday. Actually, no. Here are some reasons why anyone who doesn't oppose wind farms is most probably either deluded, criminal or insane. Show More Summary
The Lib Dems haven’t really announced many enormous policies so far at their party conference. Yesterday’s speech from Vince Cable was more notable for its loyalty than it was for… Continue reading The post Lib Dems to announce mental health policy ‘red line’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has said that an overvalued sterling needs to fall by between 10-15% to provide a much needed boost to Britain's exports. The logic is that a devalued pound makes Britain's goods cheaper to buy for foreigners. Unfortunately, recent history suggests he's wrong. Show More Summary
Press Release 06/10/14 UK Business Minister Finally Admits Carbon Taxes Are Damaging British Businesses London, 6 October: The Global Warming Policy Forum has welcomed Vince Cable’s belated admission that the government’s climate policy is damaging British businesses. Show More Summary
Vince Cable’s speech today was loyal and funny. Cable was, unlike in some previous years, very much on message. He lavished praise on Clegg for having turned the Liberal Democrats… Continue reading The post Vince Cable accuses George Osborne of lying about tax rises appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Out on the party scene, Mr S enjoyed BIS minister Matt Hancock’s description of his job to the Institute of Directors bash: ‘Working at BIS is a lot a like sending… Continue reading The post The Tory MP who thinks Vince Cable is ‘obsolete’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.