The Lib Dems have a simple choice – either they back their flagship policy by voting for Labour's motion or they don’t.
Labour would win a majority of 84 by gaining 93 seats off the Tories and 13 off the Lib Dems. But remember: it's a snapshot, not a prediction.
If Clegg supports the motion, he will enrage the Tories. If he opposes it, he will be accused of another "betrayal".
The party must seize control of the debate and show a bit of leg when it comes to economic policy.
The shadow defence secretary quashes speculation: "we’re not a unilateralist party and we’re not about to become a unilateralist party".
The shadow home secretary says Labour will not enter an "arms race of rhetoric on immigration" and promises "a fair, controlled system".
By declaring that low-skilled immigration is "too high", Miliband risks entering a war he cannot win.
Left with just £18 for food after the bedroom tax, my constituents, like me, will have nothing to eat by the end of the week.
New polling shows that 49% would not consider voting Lib Dem, compared to 43% who would not consider voting Conservative.