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.
Such a deal would satisfy neither supporters nor opponents of the coalition.
Many Liberal Democrats are agitating against their leader behind the scenes. How willing is he to be their sacrificial lamb?