Clegg's argument that any spare money should be used to support "all working families" is a powerful dividing line with the Conservatives.
Nick Clegg started a new monthly press conference today but Cameron hasn't held one since July 2011.
The party vowed to block further welfare cuts but the seven-day wait for benefits amounts to a £245m cut.
The Deputy PM says it is "flatly wrong" to say he approved the changes and that the coalition only agreed to a consultation.
Andrew Adonis's 5 Days in May offers new evidence of the party's disastrous economic misjudgement.
To win the next election, the Tories need a left-leaning Lib Dem leader who can win over Labour voters in Tory-Labour marginals.
The Education Secretary "knows a thing or two about leadership ambitions", says Clegg on his LBC phone-in show.
With the aid of some fine lines, Labour's deputy leader ridiculed the PM's EU panic.
As Clegg stands in for David Cameron at PMQs, Tory MPs will seize the opportunity to remind him of his past promise to hold an in/out EU referendum.
Clegg's opposition to new childcare ratios is due to "a campaign" by Vince Cable's ally Lord Oakeshott to oust him, says Gove.