I watched some of the recent press conference given by the current chancellor, George Osborne, and his two old sparring partners in the last Westminster Parliament, Labour's Ed Balls and the Lib Dems Vince Cable. The event was hosted...Show More Summary
A cable series that was nominated for seven Primetime Emmys last year has been picked up for a third season. AMC announced the renewal for the “Breaking Bad” prequel “Better Call Saul.” Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould will return as....
Is high personal debt a threat to the UK economy? Vince Cable thinks so. He told radio 4 yesterday (9’28” in): A sudden change in household confidence – people beginning to get alarmed about their debt levels – could trigger...
Sir Vince Cable, former UK business secretary, said that UK banks no longer feel under any pressure from politicians to support productive lending through small business.
Vince Cable criticises planned government spending cuts By Harry Kretchmer 5 live Money 16 November 2015 From the section Business Planned government spending cuts could combine with a weak global economy to create a “lethal combination” of factors, hitting UK growth, says former business secretary Sir Vince Cable. Speaking to the BBC, Sir Vince called […]
In October 1974 Thatcher was 50/1 to be the next Tory leader. Less than four months later, she became Tory leader pic.twitter.com/OiALS7dNSI — TSE (@TSEofPB) September 5, 2015 The favourite this far out seldom wins the Tory leadership – Will Osborne be any different? In an interview with the Guardian today Sir Vince Cable predicts that […]
Given that the general election proved disastrous for the Liberal Democrats, it’s surprising how many party members seem keen to revisit the experience. With Vince Cable and Norman Baker both bringing out… Continue reading The post Coming soon: more Lib Dem advice on how to win an election appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
When Vince Cable lost his seat to the Tories in the general election, it was a a victory that brought much entertainment to the Conservatives, with David Cameron’s former head of… Continue reading The post Lib Dems claw back power from the Tories appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon is all about creating talent and making WWE it’s own unique place where it is all WWE focused. However, WWE has brought in people from other companies in the past. Usually, WWE sticks to the Indy scene or simply brings people in and makes them wrestlers. Show More Summary
Almost a year after his first attempt was torpedoed by Vince Cable, Chancellor George Osborne is having a second go at privatising 14 years' worth of student loans. The Daily Mail reports that Osborne is planning to raise a record £23...Show More Summary
Forget Vince Cable. Forget, if you can, Ed Balls (and I know that’s hard, because what a joyous result that was). Expel from your mind the image of Nick Clegg… Continue reading The post The biggest loser of the night? Russell Brand appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
A string of high profile MPs have lost, including cabinet ministers, and rumours that Nick Clegg is set to quit as leader and politics today. Looking like a truly terrible night for the Lib Dems. http://t.co/2zxyQwejVU pic.twitter.com/Te15FV3AZV — TSE (@TSEofPB) May 8, 2015 It gets worse for the Lib Dems. pic.twitter.com/asG9QKRFXv — TSE (@TSEofPB) May […]
Alright, who nicked Vince Cable's bike?
Paddy Power have put up a market on who will be the Deputy Prime Minister after the General Election. Given the recent pronouncements of Nick Clegg ruling out the Lib Dems joining a Lab/SNP coalition and Vince Cable saying he could stomach another coalition with the Tories (though he would like George Osborne’s job) it might not […]
I've been mulling over David Cameron's very robust response to Vince Cable's criticism of his immigration speech. In the past I've always thought the PM has bent over backwards to keep his junior coalition colleagues happy. There was...Show More Summary
Video of Vince Cable’s most memorable moment from when he was the acting Lib Dem Leader in 2007 Today’s Sunday Times reports VINCE CABLE, the business secretary, is being tipped by senior Liberal Democrats as the party’s next leader if Nick Clegg loses his seat or resigns after a poor result in the general election. […]
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.