Most of Labour's shadow ministers think another hung parliament the likeliest outcome of the next election.
Labour and the Lib Dems must support a bill that restores the right of all citizens to comprehensive care.
The likely defeat of the boundary changes by Labour and the Lib Dems means the Tories will need a lead of seven points to win a majority in 2015.
German Chancellor told Cameron before the 2010 general election: "The little party always gets smashed!"
Charles Kennedy, Sarah Teather and seven others vote against bill capping benefit increases at 1 per cent for each of the next three years.
It all depends on how you assume those who say "don't know" will vote when the election actually happens.
In 2007, Clegg pledged to double the number of Lib Dem MPs over two general elections - and hasn't gone back on his word since.
Lib Dem leader struggles to explain away election leaflet that called for a "real referendum" on EU membership.
Former Energy Secretary will be back "at the top table" if he is cleared over speeding claims, says Clegg.
Asking the better off to sacrifice a £300-a-year benefit, could save the same people tens of thousands of pounds in care bills.