Forecasting a hung parliament at the next election, the Business Secretary looked to life after the Tories.
Clegg would trade welfare cuts for a wealth tax, but Cable won't accept a "penny more" off spending.
The paper defines "the middle class" as anyone earning over £50,000. But only 10% do.
Tim Farron joins Vince Cable in declaring that he's prepared to stand for leader.
Equalities minister Jo Swinson contradicts Clegg's tuition fees apology.
In most marginal seats, the party will be fighting the Tories, not Labour.
The Deputy PM is wrong to claim that there was "no money around" for the pledge.
In 2010, the centre–left failed the people of this country. It must never do so again.
With Clegg fatally damaged, the party should look to Vince Cable to limit the damage,
Clegg has hemmed the Tories into an ideological corner from where they will struggle to reach a majority.