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Elections: Lib Dem MP John Hemming on Nick Clegg future

25 May 2014 Last updated at 12:52 BST

A Liberal Democrat MP said he was "open-minded" and would talk to party members before deciding about whether his party leader should stay or go.

John Hemming said there were areas where he was not happy with government direction, and there were "questions there about the leader's responsibility for that policy".

Speaking to Andrew Neil on the Sunday Politics, the MP declined to rate Mr Clegg's chances on being party leader next year, saying: "If you are not going to give me odds, I am not going to bet."

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