Senior Tory MPs have warned 'vote Lib Dem, get Labour' after former Prime Minister Sir Ed Davey refused to rule out a coalition deal with Sir Keir Starmer. The Liberal Democrat leader said he would not strike an agreement with the Conservatives if there is no outright winner at the next general election but did not do the same for Labour. Tory chairman Greg Hands warned a vote for the Lib Dems could hand Sir Keir the keys to No10. The senior Conservative MP added that any deal between the two parties would leave Brexit at risk. ''A case of vote Lib Dem, get Labour,'' said Mr Hands. Sir Ed closed the Lib Dem annual conference in Bournemouth today with a speech focusing on health policy as the Lib Dems look to win over traditional Tory voters in so-called 'blue wall' seats in places like southern England.