If he wants to solve his party's funding problems, the Lib Dem leader should form an alliance with Labour.
Activists shouldn't be dismissed as 'naïve' or 'immature' for expecting politicians to deliver on party policy.
Both pro-EU, both queasy about a referendum. Who will jump first?
Both before and after the next election, Farage's party is likely to remain a significant presence.
The party vowed to block further welfare cuts but the seven-day wait for benefits amounts to a £245m cut.
After the knighting of Andrew Stunnell, the party now has seven knights and seven women MPs.
The coalition could pledge to means-test benefits from April 2015 and promise to increase them the previous year to ensure no one is left out of pocket.
The Business Secretary's review of "zero-hours" contracts is hardly distinguishable from Labour policy.
My Lib Dem colleagues and I will not stand by and watch private investors reap all of the benefits once the banks are taken off intensive care.
The amendment would provide the certainty for which the energy industry is calling and keep the UK on track to meet its legally binding carbon targets at the lowest cost.