Clegg is unwilling to fall on his sword and the party isn't prepared to force him out.
Vince Cable says the Lib Dem leader took a "gamble" by campaigning on Europe, while Lynne Featherstone says her party has lost its "humanity".
Cameron fears the collapse of the coalition. Labour fears a more popular centre-left leader.
The more parties, broadcasters and papers pile in, the greater the danger of a non-agreement.
It would enhance his bargaining power, while the Tories can remind him that they allowed a vote on AV.
The authoritative online alter ego of the deputy prime minister laid bare.
Rather than preparing for another hung parliament, Labour is focused on "crushing" Clegg's party.
Labour leader appoints negotiating team and urges the PM to stop "dragging his feet" and sign up to three debates.
Were the debate to be held before the general election campaign begins, the impartiality rules would not apply.
In an increasingly atheistic and multi-faith society, a secular state, which protects all religions and privileges none, is a model to embrace.