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Liberal Democrat government would put happiness at the heart of its agenda, says Jo Swinson

Independent Tuesday, 17 September 2019
In her first conference speech as leader, Jo Swinson confirms a Lib Dem administration would cancel Brexit 'on day one'
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News video: Jo Swinson: David Cameron cannot be forgiven for calling Brexit referendum

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Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson says David Cameron cannot be forgiven for his "shocking misjudgment" over the decision to call a Brexit referendum. Ms Swinson was speaking during a public Q&A at her party conference in Bournemouth.

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