By George Eaton - 14 September 03:27
In a New Statesman blog earlier this week, Gavin Kelly suggested that the Low Pay Commission could set out "the path of future increases in the minimum wage over a number of years".
By George Eaton - 13 September 03:37
Campbell tells Cable "don't be quite so gloomy" and Ashdown says that Clegg's enemy Lord Oakeshott is "Vince’s problem".
By Richard Morris - 13 September 02:03
Osbornomics, tuition fees, Trident, the 50p tax rate, nuclear power. Whatever you think of the Lib Dems, you can’t say we hide our debates away.
By George Eaton - 13 September 08:54
Even on a generous reading, the party is still on course to lose nearly half of its 57 seats.
By George Eaton - 12 September 03:18
While Tim Farron heaped praise on Ed Miliband, Browne says that Labour is "intellectually lazy" and suffering from a "leadership void".
By George Eaton - 12 September 07:55
While Nick Clegg remains comfortable in coalition with the Tories, the Lib Dem president, Tim Farron, has other ambitions.
By Rafael Behr - 11 September 09:53
Lib Dem strategists are brimming with gratitude to the two big parties for making single-party government seem an unattractive proposition.
By George Eaton - 11 September 02:24
The Liberal Democrat president lavishes praise on the Labour leader and says "I don’t want join in with the Tories who compare him to Kinnock."
By Rafael Behr - 11 September 01:55
The Orange Book liberal is preparing for a renewal of coalition vows after the next election.
By Richard Morris - 06 September 02:57
No government policy has made party members unhappier. Fortunately, Clegg is about to pledge to repeal it.