With the Tories in second place in 38 of the Lib Dems' 57 seats, Labour will need to consider whether to tacitly advise its supporters to vote for Clegg's party.
Spending on the bloated Common Agricultural Policy has been increased, while spending on infrastructure and other growth projects has been cut.
The Conservative candidate for the Eastleigh by-election said in 2005: "I don't care about refugees".
Both parties have to make clear how they would cut the cost of living, increase the supply of housing and help low-paid workers.
Robert Halfon's call for the reinstatement of the 10p income-tax band could be a winning idea for Miliband.
Whatever the change, all Tories want it to be harder and faster. That is not something the Prime Minister can deliver in a coalition.
Surprise defeat over press regulation will force the Tories to overturn Lords amendments in the Commons. But will Labour and the Lib Dems let them?
136 Conservative MPs voted against the bill, with 127 voting in favour.
Clegg has a chance to prove the Lib Dems won't be wiped out in 2015 and Cameron a chance to show how the Tories could win a majority.
Conservative MPs use the existence of civil partnerships as an argument against gay marriage but a significant number voted against them in 2004.