Labour leader says new individual registration system is "David Cameron and Nick Clegg’s final insult to young people".
The party reaches the nadir prophesied by Chris Huhne in 2010.
The red-blue duopoly that had held for decades fractured as insurgent tribes invaded the pitch.
The shadow health secretary responds to the Deputy Prime Minister's attack on him during PMQs over "privatising" Hinchingbrooke Hospital.
Clegg and others would rather continue to do business with the Tories than with a Labour Party regarded as irredeemably tribal.
A combination of Harriet Harman’s tricky questioning and Tory MPs’ enthusiasm destroyed the Lib Dem leader’s recent attempts to distance himself from his coalition partners.
The Deputy Prime Minister enters the immigration debate, backing a crackdown on "benefits tourism" but opposing a cap on migrant numbers.
The Conservatives and Labour could once boast of membership of over two million. Today the figure for both is under 200,000. The decline has deleterious practical effects for them.
The unmistakable impression left by the Lib Dem leader's speech was that he is preparing to depart the stage.
Praise for Danny Alexander, but small digs at Tim Farron and Vince Cable.