British Business Secretary Vince Cable arrives at 10 Downing Street in central London on August 29, 2013 ahead of a Cabinet meeting to discuss a response to Syria following chemical attacks that Britain believe were launched by the Syrian regime. British lawmakers were on August 29, set to vote on Britain's response to chemical weapons attacks in Syria -- but any military action will require a second parliamentary vote. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
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Business Secretary Vince Cable speaks to conference during his key-note speech at the SECC, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on September 16, 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland. Deputy British Prime Minister and Leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg has denied any suggestions of a rift between him and his Cabinet colleague Business secretary Vince Cable over the Liberal Democrats future economic policy.
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Business Secretary Vince Cable leaves his house in Twickenham on December 22, 2010 in London, England. Mr Cable has ben censured over comments he made to journalists posing as constituents concerning Rupert Murdoch's control of BSkyB.
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Deputy Prime Minster Nick Clegg shares a pint with Business Secretary Vince Cable, at the Queens Head Pub during a brief visit on June 3, 2014 in Soho, London, England. The pair announced a new code of practice to help Pub landlords.
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Vince Cable, Business Secretary, gives his speech to the Liberal Democrat Party conference on September 24,2012 in Brighton, England. In his speech to conference Business Secretary Vince Cable announced the government's plan to invest one billion GBP into setting up a bank to increase lending to businesses, who have struggled to obtain credit since the financial crisis
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Business Secretary Vince Cable leaves television studios in Westminster on December 9, 2010 in London, England. Parliament is voting today on whether to implement the coalition Government's proposals to increase university tuition fee cap in England from 3,290 GBP to 9,000 GBP.
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Business Secretary Vince Cable addresses employees at the BMW MINI plant in Oxford next to Harald Kruger, Member of the Board management of BMW AG, as MINI announces a further £250m investment in the MINI UK production network on July 9, 2012 in Oxford, England. The £250m investment by the German car manufacturer in its three UK factories follows last year's announcement of a £500m investment and will secure over 5000 jobs in the UK.