As Clegg stands in for David Cameron at PMQs, Tory MPs will seize the opportunity to remind him of his past promise to hold an in/out EU referendum.
It’s entirely possible that Labour could end up with the most seats but a smaller share of the vote than the Tories.
Ed Miliband should hold his nerve and resist demands to make his own hasty referendum pledge.
After Gove and Hammond's interventions, the Prime Minister will find it harder to sit on the fence at his press conference with Obama today.
Clegg's opposition to new childcare ratios is due to "a campaign" by Vince Cable's ally Lord Oakeshott to oust him, says Gove.
In another blue-on-blue attack, friends of Shaun Bailey claim he was sidelined by Cameron's Etonian aides.
Rather than aping UKIP, the party should focus on the cost of fuel, the cost of housing, job security and the cost of travel.
Were the EU referendum amendment passed, Cameron would either have to resign or abandon centuries of parliamentary convention.
The claim that 8,000 people moved into work as a result of the benefit cap is "unsupported by the official statistics", says the UK Statistics Authority.
With Cameron's party on 27% and Farage's on 17%, the gap between them is now smaller than the gap between Labour and the Tories.