1. Vince Cable calls 'tax abuse' unacceptable as further questions raised over Amazon.
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2. Vince Cable was Business Secretary under the Coalition government, famous for.
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5. On 23 June 2018 Vince Cable appeared at the People's Vote march in London to mark the second anniversary of the referendum to leave the European Union.
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6. Vince Cable has called for cross-border digital services and a single EU market for Netflix.
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11. Vince Cable supports the continuation of the Liberal Democrat policy of a hypothecated 1p rise in income tax to pay for improved health and social care, along with proposals for replacing national insurance taxes with a likewise hypothecated new NHS and social care tax.
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13. Vince Cable claimed this was unlike TTIP in which public services were to remain protected and therefore he argued the UK should remain in the EU.
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14. Vince Cable has compared himself to centrist French President Emmanuel Macron, saying that as Business Secretary he had worked with Macron personally and that they have a "very similar" approach.
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17. In late 2017 Vince Cable revealed that he had become "more interventionist" economically due to experiences while in the Coalition government.
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19. Vince Cable announced on 18 April 2017 his intention to stand for his former seat of Twickenham at the snap general election.
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20. Vince Cable lost his seat, previously considered safe, to the Conservative candidate Tania Mathias at the 2015 general election.
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21. Vince Cable stated he was then given specific assurances by the Ministry of Defence that the UK would be given oversight of potential bombing targets to minimise the risk of civilian casualties, including involvement in decisions, to a similar level given to the United States.
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28. At the 2010 general election Vince Cable was again returned as MP for Twickenham.
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37. From the 1980s onwards, Vince Cable authored and co-wrote numerous publications in favour of globalisation, free trade, and economic integration such as Protectionism and Industrial Decline, The Commerce of Culture, and Developing with Foreign Investment.
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38. Vince Cable served in an official capacity at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting of 1983 in Delhi, witnessing "private sessions at first hand" involving Indira Gandhi, then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Lee Kuan Yew, and Bob Hawke among others.
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39. From the early to mid-1970s, Vince Cable served as First Secretary under Hugh Carless in the Latin American department of the Foreign Office.
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40. In 2016, Vince Cable was made Honorary Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham.
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42. Vince Cable was born in York, to a working-class Conservative-supporting family.
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43. Vince Cable has recently announced that he will resign as Leader of the Liberal Democrats once Brexit "is resolved.
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47. Sir Vince Cable says his party can fill the "huge gap in the centre of British politics" left by Labour and the Tories.
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48. Vince Cable will discuss trade in post-Brexit Britain on a visit to drinks giant Diageo.
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