Lord Hill, the minister who Cameron wouldn't listen to, replaces Lord Strathclyde as leader of the House of Lords.
"We will continue to put political partisanship to one side to govern in the long-term interests of the country."
Stopping the worst excesses of the Tories is not enough. The party needs radical new policies.
MPs believe they are fighting a defensive action from a position of weakness.
PCCs can bring a strategic and long-term view to reducing crime.
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.
While long-term unemployment has soared, referrals to the Work Programme have halved.
Osborne's dogmatism will keep Britain hooked on expensive foreign imports and do nothing to tackle high fuel bills.
How the Tories have embraced “Gove modernisation, not husky modernisation”.