The hundreds of activists stuffing envelopes in Eastleigh have been let down by the party's hopelessly inadequate response to the Rennard allegations five years ago.
Party president Tim Farron admits the Lib Dems "screwed up" as Clegg insists there is "nothing to hide".
Nick Clegg contradicts Iain Duncan Smith and says that the government has estimated the number of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants expected next year.
The Deputy PM went further than before and accused his coalition partners of turning "a blind eye to the super wealthy" by opposing a mansion tax.
Former Lib Dem Energy Secretary announces that he will resign his Eastleigh seat after changing his plea to guilty following the opening of his trial.
Clegg's party has gained little beyond the privileges of power and lost much from coalition government.
Most of Labour's shadow ministers think another hung parliament the likeliest outcome of the next election.
It was in the Coalition's mid-term review.
In 2007, Clegg pledged to double the number of Lib Dem MPs over two general elections - and hasn't gone back on his word since.