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22 September 2010

The Conference Five | 22 September

Best of the mainstream and blogosphere coverage.

By Duncan Robinson

1. Cable-nomics: a reader (Left Foot Forward)

Will Straw argues that Cable’s approach is the right one for the Lib Dems.

2. Vince Cable, the conference darling (Guardian)

Cable triumphed where Clegg collapsed in managing to articulate the Lib Dem’s core values, according to Tom Clark.

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3. All so predictable from Cable (Coffee House)

Peter Hoskin accuses Cable of “lobbing emotive hand-grenades all over the place”

4. Confused Old Socialism (Guido Fawkes)

Guido was distinctly unimpressed by Vince Cable’s conference speech.

5. Good Old Vince

Adam Boulton is thankful for Cable’s outburst – it’s given him and all the other hacks a story.