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Lib Dem Campaign Launch – the General election could be ‘seismic’.

The general election could be “a moment for seismic change”, when “a new and different politics” emerges, Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson has said.

In a speech at the party’s campaign launch in Westminster, she said she could do “a better job” than either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Corbyn as prime minister.

The Lib Dem leader stated her party was “the only party standing up to stop Brexit and build a brighter future for the UK”.

She argued that stopping Brexit would deliver a £50bn “Remain bonus” for public services over the next five years.

In response, the Conservatives said a vote for the Lib Dems “risks putting” Mr Corbyn into Downing Street.

The UK will go to the polls on 12 December.

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