Deputy Prime Minister defends Human Rights Act, following Cameron's pledge to re-examine the legisla
"Too often, it looks as if people who break the rules can prosper."
Deputy PM says cuts are being made "across-the-board". But health and foreign aid are protected.
After a year in power, in the aftermath of a traumatic recession and with unemployment still riding high, the Chancellor needs
Downing Street has been forced to extend Cameron's PMQs briefing.
The Lib Dems lose their deposit after winning just 2.2 per cent of the vote in the Inverclyde by-ele
Clegg and Cable push for a new tax on profits from first homes above £1m.
With the Prime Minister now attacking his deputy openly on the radio, it’s clear that the early truc
Cameron says the Tories would be tougher on immigration and welfare if they weren't in coalition.