Ahead of the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor is considering even larger cuts in order to meet his debt target.
Lib Dem energy secretary Ed Davey and Tory energy minister John Hayes go to war over wind farms.
No one gives the Lib Dems credit when they merely win concessions.
It is Tory ministers, not their Lib Dem counterparts, who are responsible for the "omnishambles".
The Conservatives recognise that a revival in Lib Dem support is crucial to their electoral success.
The offer of state funding (or anything else) will not induce Clegg to change his stance.
Deputy PM contradicts Simon Hughes and says "savings" can be made.
The further down the Conservative Party hierarchy you go, the more despondency you find.
Chancellor secures agreement of Clegg's party for £10bn of further welfare cuts in 2015-16.