‘The Liberal Democrats should hang their heads in shame’ | James Cleverly SLAMS Ed Davey’s party

GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘The Liberal Democrats should hang their heads in shame’ | James Cleverly SLAMS Ed Davey’s party” – below is their description.

‘I think the Liberal Democrats should hang their heads in shame.’

James Cleverly says the Liberal Democrats need a ‘period of silent reflection’ as they call for the energy price cap rise to be scrapped.

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