UK UK Liberal Democrats to elect new leader after Swinson loses seat

UK Liberal Democrats to elect new leader after Swinson loses seat

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Liberal Democrats candidate Jo Swinson speaks after losing her seat in East Dunbartonshire constituency, at a counting centre for Britain’s general election in Bishopbriggs, Britain December 13, 2019.

 Britain’s Liberal Democrats said they would elect a new leader next year after Jo Swinson lost her seat in parliament at Thursday’s general election.

“In the weeks ahead we will elect a new leader and our party will continue to be the rallying point for anyone who believes in a country where everyone has the chance to get on in life,” party President Sal Brinton said.

The party said Brinton and lawmaker Ed Davey would be joint acting leaders.

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