The likely defeat of the boundary changes by Labour and the Lib Dems means the Tories will need a lead of seven points to win a majority in 2015.
Source close to Clegg insists "election will be on old boundaries".
Keeping the moribund review alive is part of a wider strategic game of coalition negotiation.
We could follow the US into electing an illegitimate government.
Cameron’s intentions have very little to do with progressive political reform.
Unless the PM knows something we don't, the answer is no.
Clegg was for the boundary changes before he was against them.
The loss of the boundary changes is disastrous for Cameron.
Cameron's party would need a lead of 11 points to win without the changes.
It only encourages Tory and Labour MPs to rebel against Lords reform.