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Sir Ed Davey: Lib Dems are our country's last hope to stop Brexit

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Sir Ed Davey: Lib Dems are our country's last hope to stop Brexit

Sir Ed Davey: Lib Dems are our country's last hope to stop Brexit

Liberal Democrat MP Sir Ed Davey said his party is the only option to stop Brexit and lead the world on climate change action.

The former energy secretary was speaking at the Lib Dem's party conference in Bournemouth.

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