Maybe she is trying to reassure those 50 key targets (48 of which are Tory seats) that they can safely vote for her party without her party putting Labour / Corbyn into power.
Lib Dems have the best chance in affluent areas and their target demographics overlap much more with the Tories, than they do with Labour.
The problem is if there is a hung parliament what does she do? Work with the Tories and destroy her party again? Refuse to work with anyone and be accused of being irrelevant? Or cave in a work with Labour? Or try and force Labour to replace their leader?
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