Chuka Umunna: Why I should have joined the Lib Dems straight away

"There's only space for one main centre-ground proposition"

John Rentoul
Monday 17 June 2019 17:03
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Chuka Umunna on the Liberal Democrats, Brexit and the future of the centre ground

Chuka Umunna spoke to The Independent about his decision to join the Liberal Democrats, his prediction of a general election early next year – and his current favourite music.

The former shadow cabinet minister, who has been a member of three political parties already this year, opened up about his past criticism of the Lib Dems, why he got it wrong when he thought Britain needed a new centre party, and what he thinks the future holds for Brexit.

To find out more, watch the video above.

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