Five of the Lib Dems' seven female MPs hold seats among the party's 12 most vulnerable and none hold any of the 20 safest.
A new poll from Lord Ashcroft putting the Lib Dems five points ahead in the by-election shows that local issues continue to take precedence over national ones.
Coalition was meant to be a journey to political maturity and professionalism. But it's amateur hour yet again.
Party candidate Jasper Gerard claims that allegations of sexual misconduct against Chris Rennard have been "blown out of all proportion".
The Huhne and Rennard scandals mean defeat will be portrayed as a humiliating set-back for Cameron.
The hundreds of activists stuffing envelopes in Eastleigh have been let down by the party's hopelessly inadequate response to the Rennard allegations five years ago.
Party president Tim Farron admits the Lib Dems "screwed up" as Clegg insists there is "nothing to hide".
No, but it’s struggling to catch up with the challenge of 2015.
The Tories' opposition to a mansion tax puts them on the wrong side of the new divide in British politics.