PM Swinson not on cards so LibDems change policy
Layla Moran, a LibDem candidate, has admitted her party has ditched its pledge of revoking Article 50 and would instead campaign for a second EU referendum.
Two weeks before polling day the change of heart has been brought about by recent polls indicating that LibDem leader Jo Swinson would not become Prime Minister and there would be no LibDem majority government. Such a significant change should surely have been announced by the party leader but instead it has been sneaked out by a politician who has only been an MP since the 2017 general election.
It appears that on the doorsteps the revoke pledge has not played well and the party have seen a significant drop in their poll ratings.
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