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Lib Dem Sarah Teather on standing down from Parliament

8 April 2014 Last updated at 14:35 BST

When Sarah Teather entered Parliament in a 2003 by-election she was seen as a rising star. and went on to become the minister for children and families.

But in 2012, she was reshuffled out of the government and is standing down at the next general election.

In a Daily Politics film, Jo Coburn joined the MP in her north London constituency to talk about leaving Parliament, Nick Clegg's leadership, a "stupid policy" on immigration, and "inhumane decisions" made by her coalition colleagues.

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