By Caroline Crampton - 08 September 09:08
The former Children's Minister has told the <em>Observer</em> that she feels Nick Clegg's party no longer campaigns sufficiently for social justice and liberal values on immigration.
By Richard Morris - 06 September 02:57
No government policy has made party members unhappier. Fortunately, Clegg is about to pledge to repeal it.
By Alan Martin - 23 August 03:37
Left-wing policies stand a far greater chance of reaching the statute book when agreed across negotiation tables than when promised in manifestos.
By George Eaton - 22 August 08:52
Shadow ministers have been encouraged to look for "points of agreement" with the party and to consider constitutional reforms that would appeal.
By Richard Morris - 26 July 03:29
The Lib Dems (and students) would immediately feel better if tuition fees were renamed as a 'capped graduate tax'.
By George Eaton - 22 July 12:46
The wage subsidy scheme that Clegg promised would create 160,000 jobs delivered just 2.6% of that total in its first year.
By Richard Morris - 19 July 03:44
While Clegg remains determined to drag the Lib Dems to the centre ground, the left of the party wants a divorce from Osbornomics.
By George Eaton - 11 July 12:28
The Labour leader's promise not to accept the £7,604 pay rise to £74,000 leaves the PM as the odd one out.
By Richard Morris - 10 July 02:15
If he wants to solve his party's funding problems, the Lib Dem leader should form an alliance with Labour.
By George Eaton - 01 July 03:39
Clegg's argument that any spare money should be used to support "all working families" is a powerful dividing line with the Conservatives.