Unless the PM knows something we don't, the answer is no.
Clegg was for the boundary changes before he was against them.
The PM and his deputy are more dependent on each other than ever.
The loss of the boundary changes is disastrous for Cameron.
Clegg's party might need a spell in opposition just to balance the books.
Remember when ministers promised £9,000 fees would be "exceptional"?
After Cable's intervention, the party needs to resolve its policy differences.
Miliband confirms that he wouldn't form a coalition with Clegg. But could he work with Cable?
The Tories could reach the next election scarcely more advanced than Labour in the race to the win voters’ trust .
Clegg's small army of political advisers has failed to halt the slide in his poll ratings.