Stopping the worst excesses of the Tories is not enough. The party needs radical new policies.
The coalition will challenge Labour to say which cuts it would keep and which it would reject, but it shouldn't expect any answers.
The Lib Dem leader needs to remember that most of his party's supporters lean left.
Even those in Labour who were once sympathetic to the idea of working with the Lib Dems have lost faith in the idea.
It is wrong to define the argument over the bill as one between security and liberty.
Deputy PM calls for "fundamental rethink" after committee warns that the bill "tramples on the privacy of British citizens".
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Like Nick Clegg, I also value equality for parents, not for “a stronger economy” but for its own sake.
The Deputy PM shouted himself hoarse as he defended the coalition's economic record.