They forgot about the importance of competence and trust, and took their existing vote for granted.
Having previously praised the Labour leader, the Lib Dem president says he has failed to change his party.
Labour could finish first on seats but second on votes, and the Lib Dems could finish third on seats but fourth on votes.
They need to focus on winning tactical votes from Labour supporters to hold on to their MPs.
Lib Dem MP and former minister says "It’s essential that that choice is one that the party has".
The Lib Dem MP and former minister on the radical new direction his party needs to take to recover.
Nick Clegg, the deputy Prime Minister, rules out "English votes for English laws" - but backs compromise of an English grand committee to amend legislation.
With Labour planning to amend the bill, Clegg's party could still be caught between two stools.
The Liberal Democrats aren't as universally europhile as you think.